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Hi,

Please check the node - A little demo for Net::SSH2 by Zentara. Its really very informative. I recently created a script, the basis of which was Zentara's excellent writeup.

Please note, if you are an absolute beginner to Perl, I would kindly request you to please first go through some Basic Perl stuff, also pick up some good books like "Learning Perl 6th Edition" and "Beginning Perl" by Curtis Poe. Not saying that there aren't any other good books, but I found these two books to be really awsome. These will really get you going and keep things pretty interesting.

If you have picked up the above example because you want to start learning Perl, then may I humbly suggest that you pick something a little easier and gradually move on to stuff like this.

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Hi,

I erronously posted a reply here. And could find a way to delete the node. Hence the (earlier) empty reply. Sincere apologies


In reply to Re: Net::SSH2 by perl514
in thread Net::SSH2 by blazar

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