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Re: [Pan-users] Re: compile ?

From: Travis
Subject: Re: [Pan-users] Re: compile ?
Date: Sun, 14 Dec 2008 15:27:10 -0800

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "David Shochat" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Sunday, December 07, 2008 10:47 AM
Subject: Re: [Pan-users] Re: compile ?

> Travis wrote:
>> Can I download it to the desktop?
> Yes, you can download it wherever you like (that you have write access to).
>> Would that be pan-0.133.tar.bz2 or pan-0.133.tar.gz?
> Either one. The .bz2 should be slightly smaller, so I generally go with 
> that.
>> How do I untar it?
> First I'll assume that you did download the tarball to the Desktop. Now 
> cd to the place where you want to unpack it. This too can be anywhere 
> you like, that you have write-access to. For example, say you created a 
> directory under your home directory named "build". Then you'd "cd to it" 
> i.e., you would type, in the terminal window:
>  cd ~/build
> Now if you chose the .bz2 option, your next command would be:
>   tar -xvjf ~/Desktop/pan-0.133.tar.bz2
> If you chose the .gz option, it would be, instead:
>   tar -xvzf ~/Desktop/pan-0.133.tar.bz2
> This will create the directory pan-0.133 (and lots of stuff under that).
>> If by "running the various commands" you mean things like "apt-get" 
>> from a terminal , that is what I have been doing.
>> What is "cd into it"?
> Well, "it" in my example would be ~/build/pan-0.133 (or 
> $HOME/build/pan-0.133, same thing) so that would mean typing the 
> following at the shell prompt (in the terminal):
> cd ~/build/pan-0.133
> cd means "change directory". So when you "cd to" a directory, you are 
> making it your current working directory.

I have the pan .tar.gz on the Desktop but when I do the command  "tar -xvzf 
~/Desktop/pan-0.133.tar.bz2" from the address@hidden:~/Build$ in Terminal I get 
"Cannot open: No such file or directory" etc, etc.
Travis in Shoreline Washington

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