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  1. #1
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    Hi,

    Just got a brand new dedicated server, instead of uploading all pages I wanted to create the new posterpages ON the server.
    I got shell acces.

    When I try to run the .pl (perl allposters.pl)nothing happens, no error message, it just shows the prompt again.

    path to perl is ok
    script is 755

    Any tips?
    Thanks

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    Try reuploading allposters.pl in ASCII mode then try running allposters.pl again.

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    Thanks for your reply.
    I tried that, but didn't work either.

    But, my problem is solved, the first time it took about 14 ours to upload it al, didn't feel like doing that again.
    Then I discovered TAR (yah, I'm a bit slow )
    I compressed it to 4MB uploaded and uncompressed in about 15 minutes

    But thanks

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