susja November 13, 2010 at 11:41:53 Specs: Windows XP SP3, 2Gb
Hello, I have a simple task i.e. run autoexpect program to automate telnet. I was able to do it on my Solaris box but I am stuck on my Windows XP box. Here's what I did: 1. downloaded expect-5.43.tar to my local drive, untar it and have Expect located at C:\.... . I tried to execute 'autoexpect' but it says: "'autoexpect' is not recognized as an internal or external command" 2. I installed ActiveTcl 8.5.9. Successfully ran 'teacup install Expect'. 3. Here I'm blocked: how now I could execute autoexpect program?
Well ... I realized that I played with the unix version of Expect. So I downloaded windows version of Tcl, then ran 'teacup install Expect'. Now I have expect package downloaded on my Windows system and I have expect.tcl. Still my goal is to run autoexpect ! Could someone tell me if it's possible to run autoexpect under Windows and if it is how to do it. Thanks
hi, I was not able to find anywhere autexpect file hence my question if it's possible to port unix version of it to Windows or create a new windows version of it ... i.e. run it somehow on Windows. thanks
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