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This looks like a compressed system image. If you want you can restore it to a disk like a full system, following this guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem/TAR
Unzip tar -xzvf CatlateralDamage_v4.1a_linux.tar.gz Install step :(execute from program folder) ./configure make sudo make install Hope this helps
Run these commands as root: cd / tar -cvpzf backup.tar.gz --exclude=/backup.tar.gz --one-file-system / This will preserve everything, but not /proc, /sys, /mnt, /run, /dev, /media/*, backup.tar.gz, and other partitions. Please note that other partitions will not be saved in the archive. For instance, your /home folder will not be saved if it is not on ...
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