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Depending on how your linux server and the version of Perl on it is setup, I'd suggest that you make a copy of Strawberry Perl and put it in the same directory path as on the Linux box. Especially of the version of Perl under Linux is below 5.12. This means having a c:\usr\bin\perl folder (or what ever the path to you Perl is under Linux) on your windows box. This way you guarantee that the script works on both platforms.

In reply to Re: fork and Linux/Windows portability by rpnoble419
in thread fork and Linux/Windows portability by thelycaeum

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