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FTP under WinNT

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I need to put a file to a remote PC using FTP on WinNT. I wanted to use NET::FTP but I can't find a package for it at ActiveState's site.

I have only used ActiveState's packages yet, is there some other way for me to download and install NET::FTP for WinNT?

Thanx,
Gniss
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Net::FTP is bundle in the libnet library. You can download it from http://www.perl.com/CPAN/authors/id/GBARR/libnet-1.0703.tar.gz
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For NT you can install by getting the namke utility from Microsoft. Or, use the CPAN module itself to install Net.pm .. or copy the FTP.pm into the ..../Perl/lib/Net directory.
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Guess I didn't look close enough. ActiveState offers Libnet as a package, so no need to resort to CPAN...

Thanx,
Gniss
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