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Installing zip /unzip

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I downloaded the two files from infozip. (binary and non binary version)

After unzipping I ftp the files to the director /opt/zip on my unix server.  Can someone tell me how to get it to work? It won't work even after I chmod to make it executable.  The readme file is just no help at all.

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So what error message are you getting when you use the command

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Double check that top is showing you correct memory usage of the system- the next time it happens use swap -l  to double check.
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While doing an ftp of a binary
ensure that you do an FTP in the "bin" mode
just type "bin" before doing an FTP
of a binary
Now your executable should be fine

Inigo
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Thanks,  I downloaded the src and recompile it on my HP-UX 10.26. It's working fine now.  Not forgetting those that responded. 8)) thanks.
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