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i have untar it using tar -zxvf

i am trying to install hype(first option) from below link

http://www.visualappliance.com/products/downloads/

doesn't seek to work after installation.

what's the issue ?

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After unpacking the distribution using tar zxf hype-1.3-redhat.tar.gz,
cd hype-1.3-redhat
and type
hype
You might want to copy the hype application to another location of your choice, ensuring that this location is in your path. For example:
mkdir -p /usr/local/hype
cp hype /usr/local/hype
setenv PATH /usr/local/hype:$PATH
Update the paths by using the
rehash
command and start Hype by typing
hype
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[sml@lap-1][~] - cd hype-1.3-redhat
[sml@lap-1][~/hype-1.3-redhat] - ls
hype  README.txt  whatsnew.pdf  whatsnew.txt
[sml@lap-1][~/hype-1.3-redhat] - hype
bash: hype: command not found
[sml@lap-1][~/hype-1.3-redhat] -


i have not added into path. as i am into this directory but i get this error message.
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now i get differnt error. it says finding licnese.....
what is system id ? i need to find that to get license ?
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