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The error message on that weirdo site is:

Can't locate LWP/ in @INC ( ...

If that's intentional, then you will need to install LWP::Simple.

If that message is an artefact of that weirdo site you are linking to, please instead paste the real code with the real error message here.

Looking at the code you pasted there, the URL you try to be using is not a proper http URL:

... print getstore("/"); ...

Try a proper URL like

print getstore("");

In reply to Re: LWP::Simple, getstore (or mirror) not working. by Corion
in thread LWP::Simple, getstore (or mirror) not working. by sbrothy

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