Not that it'll help much in your case, but if opendir
fail, you should display the associated error message, e.g.:
open(my $fh,">drive1.txt) or die "Error opening file: $!";
In any case, did you read and do you understand what opendir
does? I do not think it does what you think it does.
To help with your problem, can you ftp or scp files to the linux machine? putty runs on windows and has ssh/scp clients.
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