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Re: [PBML] running Perl program on NT and accessing a UNIX machine

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  • Gerrit P. Haase
    ... Why not? It is appending on the
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 29, 2000
      <28 Nov 2000, 14:37 Uhr wars, als L.Hagen@... folgendes schrub:>
      < [PBML] running Perl program on NT a >

      > Subj.: running Perl program on NT and accessing a UNIX machine
      >
      > Hi,
      >
      > Is it possible to run a Perl program on a Windows NT machine, that
      > logs on
      > to a remote UNIX machine? On that machine the Perl program should
      > execute some
      > commands and when this is finished, it should disconnect from the
      > UNIX
      > machine and execute some commannds on the Win NT machine (from where
      > it
      > is running). After that the Perl program can be terminated.
      >
      > Anybody knows whether this is possible


      Why not? It is appending on the shell you are using.

      If you tell Windows shell: rm -R thing, it will happen the same as on
      unix shell, thing will be removed (if it is there and no dir)

      Other commands will work here but not there, and so on.

      > and how?

      TIMTOWTDI


      gph

      --
      use Filter::exec qw(tr n-za-mN-ZA-M a-zA-Z);
      @§ = ("Whfg", "nabgure", "Crgre", "Unnfr,");
      sbernpu $1 ( @§ ) { cevag ( "$1", " " ) ; };
      $_=1; cevag 'treevg.unnfr@...' vs$_;
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