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The mispelling was a typo when I was making the post not when I was using "yum".

Proof: Just did this the following:

# yum install perl-Net-OpenSSH
Setting up Install Process
No package perl-Net-OpenSSH available.
Error: Nothing to do
# yum install perl-net-openssh
Setting up Install Process
No package perl-net-openssh available.
Error: Nothing to do

Also, this is not an Ubuntu install. It is a Fedora Core15. Please see the "uname -a" output above.

I did however follow your suggestion on linking/copying the .pm file. I also had to create the OpenSSH directory as ther is a dependant "" file that is also needed. I have updated the crontab and am awaiting the results. I did not get an immediate failure message and while watching the "top" output I am seeing both "perl" and "ssh" populating the list. This is a good sign from past experience with this script. I will update as I have information.

In reply to Re^2: CRON job failing but manual run works by Dranzaz
in thread CRON job failing but manual run works by Dranzaz

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