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Hi haukex,

I'm getting the following after running the code below"

Can't exec "/usr/bin/mailx uuencode $zipfile $zipfile -r -s": No such file or directory at ./ line 42.

system /usr/bin/mailx uuencode $zipfile $zipfile -r -s logs failed: -1 at ./ line 42

#!/opt/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my $home = $ENV{"HOME"}; print "$home\n"; my $zipfile = "$home/"; print "$zipfile\n"; my $emailcmd = '/usr/bin/mailx uuencode $zipfile $zipfile -r -s'; print "$emailcmd\n"; my $subject = 'logs'; print "$subject\n"; my $recipient = ' '; print "$recipient\n"; # takes one argument, the filename to encode # returns one value, the filename of the temporary(!) output file use File::Temp qw/tempfile/; sub uuencode { my ($infile) = @_; my ($tfh,$tfn) = tempfile(UNLINK=>1); open my $fh, '<:raw', $infile or die "$infile: $!"; printf $tfh "begin %03o %s\n", ((stat($infile))[2] & 0666)||0644, $infile; my $buf; print $tfh pack 'u', $buf while read $fh, $buf, 45; print $tfh "`\n", "end\n"; close $fh; close $tfh; return $tfn; } #call uuencode sub with param &uuencode($zipfile); my @args = ("$emailcmd", "$subject", "$recipient"); system(@args) == 0 or die "system @args failed: $?";

In reply to Re^4: Trouble emailing zip file by TonyNY
in thread Trouble emailing zip file by TonyNY

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