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And for curiosity's sake, here is the final script:
#!perl use strict; my $DATE= do { my($y,$m,$d)= (localtime(time-60*60*(12+(localtime)[2]) + ))[5,4,3]; sprintf "%04d-%02d-%02d", 1900+$y, 1+$m, $d; }; open INPUT,"<","SyslogCatchAll.txt"||die "Can not open input file: $!\ +n"; open CSV,">","$DATE.csv"||die "Can not open $DATE.csv: $!\n"; print CSV "Date,Time,WS 2000,FW Date,FW Time,Store,Src IP,Src Port,Dst + IP,Dst Port,Type,Agent,Message\n"; while(<INPUT>){ $_=~m/msg=(.*) Src/; my $msg = $1; my @line = split /\s+/; my $Date = $line[0]; next if ($Date ne $DATE); my $Time = $line[1]; my $ws2k = $line[3]; my $FWD = $line[5]; my $FWT = $line[6]; my $store = $line[8]; my $src_ip = $line[11]; my $dst_ip = $line[12]; my $src_prt = $line[$#line - 6]; my $dst_prt = $line[$#line - 4]; my $type = $line[$#line - 2]; my $agent = $line[$#line]; chomp $agent; $agent=~s/agent=//; $FWD=~s/time="//; $FWT=~s/"//; $src_ip=~s/src=//; $dst_ip=~s/dst=//; $msg=~s/,/ /; print CSV "$Date,$Time,$ws2k,$FWD,$FWT,$store,$src_ip,$src_prt,$dst_ +ip,$dst_prt,$type,$agent,$msg\n"; } close INPUT; close CSV;

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    [Mj1234]: Hello Monks, I have installed Active perl 5.16 and 5.14 but I dont find Devel::GDB package when I try to install through ppm
    [Discipulus]: i'v installed ubuntu 16.04lts and i'm quite disappointed: is deadly simmilar to new win osses where you cannot find even simple things...
    [Corion]: Hi Discipulus ;)
    [Corion]: Mj1234: Maybe Ubuntu didn't package Devel::GDB? In that case, consider using local::lib and install the module from CPAN
    [Corion]: But a quick Google search turns up this page, which seems to suggest that it should be packaged
    [Discipulus]: iirc active perl has repositories only for last 2 o 3 major release of perl Mj1234. I strongly suggest portable version of strawberry perl and use cpan client to install modules
    [choroba]: Also, who needs GDB when there's hdb?

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