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|Title: ||Loriene Roy Faculty Website|
|Authors: ||Roy, Loriene|
|Issue Date: ||18-Apr-2012|
|Abstract: ||This item contains a .tar archive of Dr. Roy's faculty website, as captured in April 2012.|
|Description: ||This item contains a .tar archive of Dr. Roy's faculty website, as captured in April 2012.
To unpack the .tar file, follow these directions:
Mac OS X users
Mac OS X will unpack a .tar.gz, .tar, or .zip file automatically when you double-click on its icon. (Note that it may be necessary to unpack some files twice.)
If you would rather follow the UNIX-style instructions below you can use the Terminal command-line application, which can be found in your Utilities folder.
Unpacking .tar files
First, ensure that you have a shell running and cd to the same directory as the downloaded file. To unpack a .tar file, say foo.tar, use the following command:
tar xopf foo.tar
The newly extracted files will be created in the current directory. If you also wish to see a list of the files as they are extracted, instead use the command
tar xopft foo.tar|
|Appears in Collections:||Loriene Roy's Website|
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