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how to use sudo command to install .tar.gz? [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: How to install a .tar.gz (or .tar.bz2) file? I am newbie to ubuntu. I would like someone to explain how to use sudo command to unzip & install .tar.gz file to me.
Sep 21 '12 at 14:30
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