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tar can not accept multiple archive files as input (although you can use wildcard to extract only selected files from the archive). Whatever the first argument to be passed after -f to tar -xf would be treated as archive and all other files would be treated as the files to be extracted. So, in you case tar will look for a file named ...


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Better check your path. Make sure that there is a file called this name in your current directory. It seems like there is no other special problems. I've tested on my computer, if I enter the command (actually there is nothing called 'filezilla' on my computer), the error it came out is just like yours.


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Open this site in your browser and download the Linux version again and don't use wget, the link on the page is a redirection. Use the download link in your browser. The result of my test is % file openfire_3_10_2.tar.gz openfire_3_10_2.tar.gz: gzip compressed data, from FAT filesystem (MS-DOS, OS/2, NT)


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Try boot-repair "Boot-Repair" is a small graphical tool to repair frequent boot problems. To install: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y boot-repair && (boot-repair &) Source: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1769482


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You can use the -d command. Quoting from man tar: -d, --diff, --compare find differences between archive and file system This might be very time-consuming, though. Example in action: $ tar -Jcf bin.tar.xz bin $ echo foo >> bin/login.sh $ tar -Jdf bin.tar.xz bin/login.sh: Mod time differs bin/login.sh: Size differs Or, is there something ...



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