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Is there an Extract Utility for Linux need it for XFree86 install

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Hi All:

Is there "extract" I mean named as extract for Linux. I need it for Linux install. The automatic install script for XFree86 needs it and search on popular search engine results in nothing. Please let me know where to get it.


The web site: http://www.xfree86.org/4.7.0/install2.html talks about this utility.

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-Sunnybrad
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You will find the utility here:

http://ftp.xfree86.org/pub/XFree86/4.7.0/binaries/

from there select the folder that best matches your system. you will find the extract binary in there.
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Sorry they said system that confused me.
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