Thanks everyone for your replies. I am trying to install Net::SSH2 module now on windows 2008 R2 OS.
As per the instruction provided in the building guide for Win32, I am kind of stuck in step which build libssh2.
BUILDING_WIN32 document suggests the following approach for building libssh2:
* Build libssh2
Download the latest libssh2 from:
Unpack it and go into it:
tar zxvf libssh2-1.4.2.tar.gz
Note the directories where you built OpenSSL and zlib, I will use mine
+ in the following example.
./configure --with-openssl --with-libz \
The libssh2.a will be in src/.libs .
when I try to perform ./buildconf on CMD prompt shell, I ended up with below error:
which: libtoolize: unknown command
which: glibtoolize: unknown command
Neither libtoolize nor glibtoolize could be found!
Later I manually intalled libtooltize tool using 'libtool-1.5.26-setup.exe' and now ending up with below error:
buildconf: line 15: aclocal: command not found
buildconf: line 16: autoheader: command not found
buildconf: line 21: autoconf: command not found
buildconf: line 22: automake: command not found
I tried installing autoconf and automake similarly but again ending up with multiple compilations issues.
Can anyone suggest how to overcome this issue?
MinGw and MinGW_64 is already configured on host and running fine.
I've successfully done all the previous steps as suggested in http://cpansearch.perl.org/src/RKITOVER/Net-SSH2-0.45/README document
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