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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Since that's probably going to be a fairly common scenario, I'll need to deal with it now.

    No you don't, just learn from history: "No patch? Oh, well. Take care."  :)

    Seriously, if you decide you want to tackle it, I don't think it will be too hard. Expect with undef timeout, if you get eof, the command completed without asking for a password, if you get a password prompt, send the password and then expect for eof. Don't forget to omit any steps you might previously have taken to insist that the

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