[Israel.pm] Some Issues - Net::Telnet
nothingmuch at woobling.org
Sun Jan 29 09:20:46 PST 2006
On Sun, Jan 29, 2006 at 19:07:44 +0200, Semuel Fomberg wrote:
> Hello There.
> I wasn't around for some time, for my domain is down, so I could not
> read/write mail. Now I'm reading though my ISP's mail account. Oh well.
> (if you know about someone that can host my site, that is pretty tiny
> with about 10 hits a day, for 20~30$ per year, please mail me. Thanks.)
There are some nonprofit hosts around, like http://www.epfarms.org
There is no restriction on the content (it's not just for
communities), and the cost is $2 a month.
> 1. The sites complain that I should telnet using VT100 emulation. Can I
> set Net::Telnet to satisfy this?
> 2. I get a CR character in the beginning of every line. Even though I
> leave the binmode=0 default. (That suppose to deal with the \n
> translation) what am I doing wrong?
binmode => 0 on unix is a no-op. There should be an option in
Net::Telnet to really scrub the lines.
Worst case scenario, locally set $/ to $Socket::CRLF
() Yuval Kogman <nothingmuch at woobling.org> 0xEBD27418 perl hacker &
/\ kung foo master: *shu*rik*en*sh*u*rik*en*s*hur*i*ke*n*: neeyah!!!!
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