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use Net::FTP; error

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#!/opt/perl/5.8.0/bin/perl -w

BEGIN {
     unshift( @INC, "/opt/perl/5.8.0/lib", "/opt/perl/5.8.0" );
     }
use Net::FTP;

Above code gives error as below. please advise.

==> perl del
Perl 5.006 required--this is only version 5.00503, stopped at /opt/perl/5.8.0/lib/vars.pm line 3.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /opt/perl/5.8.0/lib/vars.pm line 3.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /opt/perl/5.8.0/lib/Net/FTP.pm line 14.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at del line 6.
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Question by:goldenrule
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How did you install Net::FTP?

why do you do?

BEGIN {
     unshift( @INC, "/opt/perl/5.8.0/lib", "/opt/perl/5.8.0" );
     }
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by:goldenrule
ID: 17899508
never mind, I found the solution.

#!/opt/perl/5.8.0/bin/perl -w
use Net::FTP;

works.

I am using it to ftp to another server and get/put files
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