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Re^10: Weird error log message

by marto (Chancellor)
on Jun 15, 2009 at 14:46 UTC ( #771670=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^9: Weird error log message
in thread Weird error log message

ikegami++,

Also I noticed that the post on the other site cosists of advice given here, from the CB and your replies (for example).

Could it be that Nik has taken to posting here in order to have someone else create a coherent question for posting elsewhere?

Cheers

Martin


Comment on Re^10: Weird error log message
Re^11: Weird error log message
by Nik on Jun 16, 2009 at 08:10 UTC
    The advice given by ikegami was informing one but not relevant to solution. I did mentioned it though to the helpers at the other forum so to speed thing up on the solution and avoid repeatition.

    Iam not sure what you mean by your second line, but i am in any way cooperate with someone else to cross post if that is what you mean.

      The advice given by ikegami was informing one but not relevant to solution.

      Actually, it was spot on. I arrived to the conclusion that your Perl script wasn't being executed by perl, and that was indeed the case.

      I even mentioned the shebang line at one point, and you assured me that "of course" you script was fine.

        I already knew at that point that the script wasn't executed at all because if ti did the carp module would produce a perl error. As for the shebang line i though you were refering to '#!/usr/bin/perl' which i did had correctly at my script in terms of existence and correct apth. I had no idea that before that is hould had a line '#!' before the shebang line, which io just tried and didn't work for me.

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