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Hello, I have a simple Perl script that scrapes some data from a web page, and then parses and writes it to a Mongo database. The script has been running fine on an Ubuntu 10.04 32 bit machine with Perl 5.10.1 However, I am now trying to run it on a Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit machine with Perl 5.14.2, and the script hangs. Specifically, when I create (not send) a post request. I put a print before and after the request, and the second print never happens. Any thoughts on why this might be occurring? The POST creation is below with the relevant websites removed.

my $req = (POST 'https://www.myurlgoeshere.com', ["request" => "top", "language" => "en", "country" => "us", "month" => $currentMonth, "day" => $currentDay, "departure" => $depart, "arrival" => $arrive, "seat" => "1", "fromTop" => "on", "next.x" => "39", "next.y" =>"10"]);

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