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Sent: Friday, April 07, 2006 11:00
The files arrive as <name>.tar.tar, rather than the
expected <name>.tar.bz2. Will make deal with this
Is there any way to figure out in advance what the list of
tarballs will be, so I do not have to get them one at a time?
Do I simply put the tarballs in ./dl, and then do a
If I want to start again from scratch, using the tarballs
that I assume stay in dl, what do I do to clean things up?
Sorry about all the questions. Is there a place I can go to
find out about this stuff, so I do not have to bother
The tar.tar extension is a Windows problem, just rename them
with the correct extension.