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posted Feb 03 '11 at 11:12

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Hi David, both files are in tar format - just find a program that opens tar files. I think WinRar does, you can also try 7zip. On a Unix system it is possible to use following commands wget tar xvf somefile.tar Also those archives might be zipped and the extensions usually are: `.gz` or `.tgz` in that case the command to extract will have an extra "z" parameter (unzip) tar xvfz somefile.tar.gz or tar xvfz somefile.tgz
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posted Feb 03 '11 at 11:13

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Evgeny Fadeev
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Hi David, both files are in tar format - just find a program that opens tar files. I think WinRar does, you can also try 7zip.

On a Unix system it is possible to use following commands

wget <some url>
url> #where <some url> will be something like http://...
tar xvf somefile.tar

Also those archives might be zipped and the extensions usually are: .gz or .tgz in that case the command to extract will have an extra "z" parameter (unzip)

tar xvfz somefile.tar.gz

or

tar xvfz somefile.tgz

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