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installing ExpressionEngine in linux EEcore1.6.3.zip

Posted on 2008-06-20
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Hi all
               I downloaded the EEcore1.6.3.zip.

i want to install it in my rhel5.
when i run the command
# gunzip EEcore1.6.3.zip
it says gunzip: EECore1.6.3.zip: unknown suffix -- ignored

and if i run the command  
# gzip EEcore1.6.3.zip
it convert that file to
EECore1.6.3.zip.gz
 and when i now run the command
# tar zxvf EECore1.6.3.zip.gz

it says
tar: This does not look like a tar archive
tar: Skipping to next header
tar: Archive contains obsolescent base-64 headers
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors

I want to install it in rhel 5 let me know the steps that i have to follow
i will be very thankful if you can tell me the steps write from scratch.
as i think u know its a blogging engine.

one more thing that is it will intall in rhel5. if not that let me know from whre i should download it.
thanks in advance
jatender
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As EEcore1.6.3.zip is a zip file, you need to use "unzip" (instead of gunzip, which would be for gzip archives) to extract it, so:

# unzip EECore1.6.3.zip

should work
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