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Old 03-07-2009, 07:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

its an install question!

this is a command to install a tar.gz -
"xzvf /home/bob/compressedfile.tar.gz"

but where do i type this code after extracting it?

thanks for the help anyone.
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Hello,

its an install question!

this is a command to install a tar.gz -
"xzvf /home/bob/compressedfile.tar.gz"

but where do i type this code after extracting it?

thanks for the help anyone.
No that is decompression or unzip. Same meaning.
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Old 03-11-2009, 05:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Hello,

its an install question!

this is a command to install a tar.gz -
"xzvf /home/bob/compressedfile.tar.gz"

but where do i type this code after extracting it?

thanks for the help anyone.
you can either type the following command from the command line:
bob/Linux> tar xzvf compressedfile.tar.gz <-That is to decompress the files into a folder, then you cd into the newly created folder and you either read the README or the INSTALL file to properly make/configure for your system.

Or if you are using a GUI, then you can use an archive manager to extract the files to a location, then drop to the command line and cd into that folder and you either read the README or the INSTALL file to properly make/configure for your system.
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