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Activestate doesn't know about it and there's no libssh2 or ssh2.dll or whateverit might be called on windows on my win7 system. I tried installing Net::SSH2 and, not surprisingly, got

Looking for libraries... Unable to find a working version of library ssh2 in the following dire +ctories:

I've downloaded libssh2 to my nearby Unix system and it looks like it can be built for Windows but I haven't a clue how to do that. I'm guessing I have "make" machinery and a C compiler because CPAN uses that to build stuff. Off on another research project to see how to build libssh2. {a lot of packages take pity on us poor Windows folk and provide already compiled versions for windows. Alas, not libssh2.}

In reply to Re^2: SSH for windows by BernieC
in thread SSH for windows by BernieC

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