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LWP, Crypt-SSLeay, CLI vs. WWW

Okay....here's the deal

I've got ActiveState's 5.8 version of Perl installed on a Win2k box

ran 'ppm install http://theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca/ppms/Crypt-SSLeay.ppd'
accepted both files
says it installed just fine

other than that, nothing else - no other perl packages whatsoever

I copy the "How to get an HTTPS page" from lwpcook, all by its
lonesome, into a perl script

If I try to run this from a web browser, it never returns....just sits
there processing

If I try to run this from a command-line, it works super-fast

If I change the web address from 'https:...' to 'http:...' it works
both places - CLI and WWW

If anyone can provide answers or insight, it would be greatly
appreciated

Thanks
JDV
Jul 19 '05 #1
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