Quick note for me: How to use Net::SSH::Perl to have a remote SSH key sign something, and then verify that signature later.
I’m right now experiencing the joys of setting up a Perl development environment on Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). I’ve already talked about the weird linker warnings that appear when building Perl, and I’ve just come across another fun roadblock: A lack of OpenSSL header files. This is not unintentional, and there is a solution.
I just recently got a Mac laptop with Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) installed, and one of the things I do in a new system is install a local Perl environment using perlbrew. It allows me to install and upgrade modules without worrying that I am getting in the way of the system environment. Problem is, when I built my first perlbrew environment on El Capitan, I saw some weird stuff happening in the build.