I haven’t tried this on QNX, but in Linux you write:
tar -xfvz filename.tar.gz
and that’s all. If the file is not gziped omit the ‘z’ ( -xfv )
By the way I´m having problems to detect my Robotics modem. Check my other
messages if you can help me.
Hope to help,
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Opent up a terminal.
Navigate to you home directory.
To get comman line args type the following ;
tar --help >> tarhelp.txt
This will create a text file with the help
args etc for using tar.
You can do the same for gzip / gunzip
I think you can also specify to unzip and untar in a `oner’
tar -zxvf filename.tar.gz
This should work out but check the cmnd line args as I am
certainly no expert on this !
Previously, Janne W wrote in qdn.public.qnxrtp.newuser:
Since I havent got the NIC to work under QNX-RtP, I downloaded the
“abiword-rep.tgz” to a folder in windows (c:\downloads)
How do I continue to get it installed when I have rebooted to QNX?
I can see the folder / file in the file manager, but how do I unpack /
install it properly?
I also downloaded “qnxrtp-mousewheeldrv.tar.gz” to get my wheelmouse to
work, since it would make me much more at home if it did…
Do I have to copy it to another folder first (a QNX folder), or could I
install it from where it is?
I know, I’m a newbie, but please have patience, I’m at least trying…