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What Perl installation are you using on Windows (ActiveState...what version?) and can you run the following code (taken from the perldoc):
use Fcntl ':flock'; # import LOCK_* constants sub lock { flock(MBOX,LOCK_EX); # and, in case someone appended # while we were waiting... seek(MBOX, 0, 2); } sub unlock { flock(MBOX,LOCK_UN); } open(MBOX, ">>/usr/spool/mail/$ENV{'USER'}") or die "Can't open mailbox: $!"; lock(); print MBOX $msg,"\n\n"; unlock();

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In reply to Re: Error in CGI::Session on Windows: flock() not implemented by InfiniteSilence
in thread Error in CGI::Session on Windows: flock() not implemented by sara2005

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