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Can someone please tell me how to install http://httpunit.sourceforge.net/ on my linux server using SSH?

Step by Step directions would be great!
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by:fridom
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Download it, extract the files (tar -xvzf or the like)
read the file README or INSTALL
follow the instruction on how to install
use it.

Regards
Friedrich
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by:ppfoong
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The download file will be httpunit-1.6.2.zip

In your Linux server, download with this command:

wget http://umn.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/httpunit/httpunit-1.6.2.zip

After that, unzip the file with this command:

unzip httpunit-1.6.2.zip

For the rest of the installation, read this:

http://httpunit.sourceforge.net/doc/manual/installing.html

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by:GodadoLLC
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Thanks for the replies, but I had already gotten to this part.  I have read the installing manual, but that doesn't help.

I have the program unzipped and on my server, how do I install it, step by step?
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by:ppfoong
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ant jar

ant run-example

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by:GodadoLLC
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I tried that and I just get:

-bash: ant: command not found
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by:fridom
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obviously you do not have ant installed. Install that first. See whether your system offers a way of doing so automatically

Regards
Friedrich
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kyle_in_taiwan earned 500 total points
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$ yum install ant

if you're using RedHat.



If you're using a Debian-based distribution:

$ aptitude

and then, once in type a "/" to enter the search engine, type "ant" and hit enter.  Then type the "n" button to cycle through all the different "ant" entries to find the one you want.

If you need to read the descriptions for any of them, type "enter" to get to the package details, and then "q" to exit.
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