Installation of vgetty in Win XP

Hello,

I installed Perl(Activestate) in Win XP and i want to create a program to make phone dials using modem:vgetty.

Where can i find some information about what i need to install in order to work the vgetty in windows?
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xDamoxCommented:
Hi,

have a look at: http://www.webreference.com/perl/tutorial/15/
I am not 100% sure you can install modem::Vgetty on windows machine

I have had this module working on Linux/Unix tho

i hope the tutorial helps
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rkosaiCommented:
I am pretty sure that you cannot use VGetty under windows, as it is a Unix program.  It may be possible though cygwin, the unix-like environment for Windows.  (www.cygwin.com)  For phone dialers, you may be interested in the Win32::OLE module and use the OLE interface to Windows utilities.
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