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    Default Error Install file.tar.gz

    Code:
    bt ~ # tar xzvf recordmydesktop-0.3.6.tar.gz
    tar: recordmydesktop-0.3.6.tar.gz: Cannot open: No such file or directory
    tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
    tar: Child returned status 2
    tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
    bt ~ #
    with all the files.tar.gz give this error to me that I can make?

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    Cannot open: No such file or directory

    Would be my first guess.
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    these commandos are corrected?
    Code:
    $ tar xzvf file.tar.gz
    
    Inside the folder:
    $ cd folderprogramm
    
    $ ./configure
    
    $ make
    
    # make install
    not found

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    hmm if you are a new user (or a windows-diehard) you should open the terminal in the folder...its easier at the beginning ...
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    post the exact output of your commands ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToKilL View Post
    these commandos are corrected?
    Code:
    $ tar xzvf file.tar.gz
    
    Inside the folder:
    $ cd folderprogramm
    
    $ ./configure
    
    $ make
    
    # make install
    not found
    Sometimes tar xf filename.tar.gz

    is all that needs to be done.

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    The command that you gave seems correct but as pointed out to you the tar program cannot function because you did not give a complete path.

    Firstly, you must change directory to be in the directory where the file resides...then issue your command.

    As PrairieFire pointed out...that was the advisory message that you received.

    Others here including myself use xvidcap or wink.

    A wink module was kindly posted here by Xatar:

    http://www.slax.org/modules.php?cate...c_Wink_install
    Lux sit

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    Go to Find file and folders

    Search for that tar

    Copy it to root

    run again


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    Or just do a quick ls from the terminal to ensure your in the directory before you untar
    dd if=/dev/swc666 of=/dev/wyze

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    blackfoot;46500]The command that you gave seems correct but as pointed out to you the tar program cannot function because you did not give a complete path.

    Firstly, you must change directory to be in the directory where the file resides...then issue your command.

    As PrairieFire pointed out...that was the advisory message that you received.

    Others here including myself use xvidcap or wink.

    A wink module was kindly posted here by Xatar:



    very good and thank..but..how can i install this module?

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