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Connecting to remote server using SSH

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Hi All,
I need to connect to a remote server using perl. The server is SSH enabled and I find it difficult to Install Net::SSH::Perl as it has many modules as prereq.
I have Installed NET:Telnet module so is it possible to connect using the same..
or is there any other easier way..

Thanks in Advance..

makefile.pl
Logs:
As of version 1.00, Net::SSH::Perl supports both the SSH1 and
SSH2 protocols natively. The two protocols have different
module prerequisitives, so you need to decide which protocol(s)
you plan to use. If you use one or the other, only those modules
for your chosen protocol will be installed; if you choose both,
all of the supporting modules will be installed. Please choose
the protocols you'd like to use from the following list ("Both"
is the default).

[1] SSH1
[2] SSH2
[3] Both SSH1 and SSH2
Apr 2 '08 #1
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numberwhun
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Hi All,
I need to connect to a remote server using perl. The server is SSH enabled and I find it difficult to Install Net::SSH::Perl as it has many modules as prereq.
I have Installed NET:Telnet module so is it possible to connect using the same..
or is there any other easier way..

Thanks in Advance..

makefile.pl
Logs:
As of version 1.00, Net::SSH::Perl supports both the SSH1 and
SSH2 protocols natively. The two protocols have different
module prerequisitives, so you need to decide which protocol(s)
you plan to use. If you use one or the other, only those modules
for your chosen protocol will be installed; if you choose both,
all of the supporting modules will be installed. Please choose
the protocols you'd like to use from the following list ("Both"
is the default).

[1] SSH1
[2] SSH2
[3] Both SSH1 and SSH2
If you are using the CPAN interface to install your module AND you have set it up correctly (ie: to "follow" regarding dependencies), then you should not have to worry. The "follow" option will automatically install any and all dependencies for the module you are installing.

If you did not choose follow, then I would reconfigure the cpan interface to do so.

So, how are you trying to install the module?

Regards,

Jeff
Apr 5 '08 #2

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