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The script runs fine when not socksified, although it will not connect to the external servers (because it is not socksified...). It will connect to any servers internal to our firewall and I can capture the output from a backticked ssh call.

When I call the socksified Perl script from the command line, another window pops open. The script does not execute within the window from which I called it.

Any more ideas?

In reply to Re: Re: Capturing data with backticks and sockscap by Anonymous Monk
in thread Capturing data with backticks and sockscap by Anonymous Monk

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