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Your windows manager may not have a built-in unarchiver. See the examples below for other alternatives.
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-**** Method 2: Extracting with 7-Zip
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-a. [[how-to-open-a-console-window][Open a terminal]].
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-b. In the terminal, extract using 7-Zip (7z).
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- #+BEGIN_SRC sh
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- cd ~/Downloads
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- 7z x pluckeye-linux-*.**.*.tar.gz
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- #+END_SRC
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- (/Replace the asterisks in the example to match the file name of your downloaded Pluckeye file/.)
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-c. In the same terminal window, run the extracted install file.
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- #+BEGIN_SRC sh
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- sudo ~/Downloads/pluckeye-linux-*.**.*.installer
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- #+END_SRC
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- (/Replace the asterisks in the example to match the current version numbers as before/.)
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-***** Help
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-- "I don't have 7-Zip." (This is the case if your terminal says =7z: command not found=.)
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- In Debian or Ubuntu, you can install 7-Zip by typing =sudo apt install p7zip-full= in the terminal. See [[https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/6e6f6d1b-95c3-46df-8a26-b7efd8ee4b57/entry/how_to_use_7zip_on_linux_command_line144?lang=en][this tutorial page]] for more.
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-- "I don't have sudo." (This is the case if your terminal says =sudo: command not found=.)
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- Ubuntu has sudo installed by default, but Debian doesn't. See [[https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/360813/how-to-install-sudo-command-in-debian][this page]] for more. In the meantime, you can get around sudo by installing as root by entering =su root= (and pressing enter) in the terminal before running the installer, although this is not recommended. Running terminal commands as root can damage your system if done incorrectly.
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-**** Method 3: Using Tar Command
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+**** Method 2: Using Tar Command
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a. [[how-to-open-a-console-window][Open a terminal]].
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