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Jaldhar, I totally like the creativity of the program and definitely easy to re +ad code :). Although, I haven't successfully made it to work yet. Just how much I want to see how it works and I know I am close to it! I ran the program in perl debugging mode, skip most part to the the su +b talktoamor. Along the way, I see it generates XML code with the message Hooray! .. + and it passed the line my $rpc = Frontier::Client->new(url=>"http://localhost:$port/amor") #With the debugging mode I see #url=>'http://localhost:file:///local_acct/.kxmlrpcd-socket-jm524W/amo +r' <b>$port</b> contains ':file:///....jm524W' <-- this is not my passwo +rd ;) There is no port number in it!

Anyway, at this point, I am pretty certain that one of the module I in +stalled might be crapped out (I suspect the libwww) Thanks! I think I learn in the process, will let you know how it turn +out. -perlkid

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: XPAddiction -- a new XP whoring tool by perlkid
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