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- Liu Shiao-Huan
February 15, 2006, 1:42 pm
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- Christian Winter
February 16, 2006, 7:17 am
Liu Shiao-Huan wrote:
Did you capture the response from cmd() and look into it,
like shown in the documentation to Net::Telnet? If not,
I strongly encourage you to do so, before asking a question
here that will most probably turn out to having nothing to do
with Perl at all.
I guess if you look at cmd()'s response you will get back
something like "command not found" or the like, pointing out
that monitor.csh is not found in your shell's search paths.