RE: Re[2]: Net::ftp

	It is part of libnet and usually installed as part of core Perl

Wags ;)

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Musson []
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 16:09
Subject: Re[2]: Net::ftp

Hey Jorge,

Monday, July 09, 2001, 5:36:33 AM, my MUA believes you used
dtmail 1.3.0 @(#)CDE Version 1.4.2 SunOS 5.8 sun4u sparc  to write:

JG> Hi How I can install Net::ftp I try with ppm but I didn't find it
JG> when I type  search,I am under windows 98 and I wanted to install
JG> a ftp client.

What did you type?

btw, I think it may be part of the libnet modules...

It also might already be installed if you are running ActiveState

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