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The command perl -MNet::Wake -le 'print $INC{"Net/Wake.pm"}' will give you the location of the module file Perl loaded. Take a look at that file: permissions (including of the parent directories), contents (whether it matches the source code from CPAN), and anything else that looks out of the ordinary. You could post that information, together with the output of perl -V, if you want other people to take a look.


In reply to Re^5: Who are you, and what did you do to Net::Wake? by Anonymous Monk
in thread Who are you, and what did you do to Net::Wake? by girarde

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