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Tried using the Net::SSH::Any module, but it's not doing what I expected. I am going wrong somewhere.

I am trying to ssh into the VMWare Guest OS (CentOS 6.2). Before trying the script, I pinged and ensured that its working. I am also able to putty into the VMWare Guest OS, but not able to use the script for some reason.

Given below is the script

#!/usr/bin/perl use Modern::Perl; use Net::SSH::Any; my $host = ''; my $user = "perl514"; my $passwd = "redhat"; my $ssh = Net::SSH::Any->new ($host, user => $user, password => $passw +d); my @output = $ssh->capture2("ls -l"); say "@output";

And here is the output. The cursor blinks for a while so it appears that it could be running the command, but returns the following error

Use of uninitialized value $output[0] in join or string at +line 10.

Basically I want to capture the output of the ls -l command in the @output.

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

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