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tar to extract the files and directories making up the software package. Instead of the gunzip utility, you could also use gzip -d. The next example decompresses the htdig-3.1.6.tar.gz file, replacing it with a decompressed version called htdig-3.1.6.tar: # ls htdig-3.1.6.tar.gz # gunzip htdig-3.1.6.tar.gz # ls htdig-3.1.6.tar You can download compressed archives from many different sites, including those mentioned previously. Downloads can be accomplished with FTP clients such as ncftp and Gftp, or with any web browser, such as Mozilla. Once downloaded, any file that ends with .Z, .bz2, .zip, or .gz is a compressed file that must be decompressed.
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For files ending with .bz2, you would use the bunzip2 command. The following example decompresses the Java 2 3 SDK downloaded from www.blackdown.org: # bunzip2 j2sdk-1.3.0-FCS-linux-i386.tar.bz2 # ls j2sdk-1.3.0-FCS-linux-i386.tar # tar -xvf j2sdk-1.3.0-FCS-linux-i386.tar
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Before you unpack the archive, move it to the directory where you want it. Source code packages should be placed in the /usr/local/src directory, and binary packages go in designated directories. Source code files are unpacked in the /usr/local/src directory, generating their own subdirectories from which you can compile and install the software. Once installed, you can delete this directory, keeping the original source code package file (.tar.gz). Packages that hold binary programs ready to run, like Java, are meant to be extracted in certain directories. Usually, this is the /usr/local directory. Most archives, when they unpack, create a subdirectory named with the application name and its release, placing all those files or
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First, use tar with the t option to check the contents of the archive. If the first entry is a directory, then, when you extract the archive, that directory is created and the extracted files are placed in it. If the first entry is not a directory, you should first create one and then copy the archive file to it. Then, extract the archive within that directory. If no directory exists as the first entry, files are extracted to the current directory. You must create a directory yourself to hold these files. # tar tvf htdig-3.1.6.tar Now you are ready to extract the files from the tar archive. You use tar with the x option to extract files, the v option to display the pathnames of files as they are extracted, and the f option, followed by the name of the archive file: # tar xvf htdig-3.1.6.tar The tar utility provides decompression options you can use to have tar first decompress a file for you, invoking the specified decompression utility. The z option automatically invokes gunzip to unpack a .gz file, and the j option unpacks a .bz2 file. Use the Z option for .Z files. For example, to combine the decompressing and unpacking operation for a tar.gz file into one tar command, insert a z option to the option list, xzvf. The next example shows how you can combine decompression and extraction in one step:
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