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couldn't load specified math lib(s)

I don't use windows, but since no one else replied, I will edu-guess it's the old "library-version-binary-mismatch". In C (C++), in both linux and windows, the libraries need to be compiled so that they match. In linux, it is a small problem, because we have a free c compiler, so when we compile a module, it will be compatibility matched for our OS level, and basic c libraries. If on linux, you try to install a binary(pre-compiled) library, for a certain GLibc level, and the GLibc levels don't match with your particular OS, we get the same error.

So on windows, you need to look at the version of windows that you are using, the version of ActiveStatePerl installed( assuming you use it), and the version of the module you downloaded. Usually, if you read the README files very carefully, they will say what versions of windows, and windows-based-perl are compatible. Also you must look at the compatibility of the pre-requisite libs that Net::SSH needs.


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In reply to Re: Problems in Net::SSH by zentara
in thread Problems in Net::SSH by cristianekw

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