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Well, Net::SSH::Any has no dependencies besides Net::SSH2, so it should be pretty easy to install, even without internet access. Just unpack its lib directory in the right place under the DWIN directory and you are done!

In reply to Re^2: Unable to store the command output from Net::SSH2. Please help. by salva
in thread Unable to store the command output from Net::SSH2. Please help. by perl514

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