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Re^2: DNS script troubles

by perlaintdead (Scribe)
on Apr 28, 2012 at 00:50 UTC ( #967750=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: DNS script troubles
in thread DNS script troubles

I get A windows dialog box: the perl interpreter has stoped woking


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Re^3: DNS script troubles
by phenom (Chaplain) on Apr 28, 2012 at 00:59 UTC
    Did you fix those errors I mentioned in the previous post?

    Also, I don't believe there's a "query" method in that module. Are you thinking of a different module? Try re-reading the documentation for that module.

Re^3: DNS script troubles
by Cristoforo (Deacon) on Apr 28, 2012 at 01:02 UTC
    Have you *declared* the 2 variables phenom told you about: $packet, $res?

    I suspect that is your problem.

      still crashes

      print "Web-Sorrow (Extra Tool) DNSpull v1"; use Net::DNS; use Getopt::Long; use warnings; use strict; my $Host = "none"; GetOptions("host=s" => \$Host); # usage if($Host eq "none"){ print "Usage: perl DNSpull.pl -host example.com\n\t-host - domai +n name\n"; exit(); } print "+ ptr mx txt A AAAA KX IN records:\n"; my $packet = Net::DNS::Packet->new($Host, "PTR", "MX", "TXT", "A", "AA +AA"); print $packet->string;
        It's not crashing for me anymore, but it's not returning much information either. I assume you're trying to get information that would be returned from the "dig" command (such as dig www.example.com ANY), but I don't get that response from this module.

        Frankly, I can't make heads or tails of the module's documentation. Is there a reason you chose this one over (e.g.) Net::DNS?

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