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You've posted here over 50 times, yet you reply to your own posts and not to those who you seem to want to address. Consider reading and understanding PerlMonks for the Absolute Beginner.

It sounds like cava hasn't packaged a dll that one of the modules you're using (GD) relies on. For that you'd need to read and understand the documentation for the packager you're using. I don't use cava, this is all explained for pp in the documentation and the links you've already been given.

"I've tried several methods of creating an exe but failed"

You've provided feedback for cava, nothing else. No examples of how you tried to package this with pp. There's nothing anyone can help you with. Spend the time learning to use the tools you've chosen. Links have been provided. If you have an actual problem you want help with read and understand How do I post a question effectively?.

Also, your keyboard seems to have a faulty ? key.

In reply to Re^2: PAR packer error by marto
in thread PAR packer error by reaper9187

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