I downloaded the file guilg00.gz for the Word Perfect install. Logged in as root I copied the file to my home directory. I went out to an Xterm window and ran this:
gunzip guilg00.gz ; tar -xvf guilg00
at the level gui00.gz is located at. It finds the file then I get an error saying location is read only. Should I be copying this file to another location? Also I thought root had full control to the directory by default unless you physically restrict them. Thanks Mark.
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