I would start with
tar -xvf your_file_name.tar
which will extract the content in the current directory. From then read the INSTALL/README file since instructions depend on many things (version, permissions, system, ...)
Just to give an update, The same problem occured the day after I did the reinstallation... I still don't know why, but at least I found that I can copy and paste a file into the writing area which is painless than using the menu...
Already done that before posting... Anyway a clean uninstall/reinstall did the trick so thx for the help!
By the way, on my job's laptop I'm using Gaim (we have an internal jabber server) and I'm also able to connect to my MSN account... I installed Gaim on my home computer and nothing works...
Hi folks, I've upgraded my MSN messenger from 6 to 7 about a week ago, but since 2 days, I just can't drag and drop files into a conversation window like I was able to do before (with version 6 and for a short time with version 7).
When I drag the file over the window, I just get a "not" sign...
We just received new laptops and users can't install new hardware (mouse, usb key, ...) without having an administrator entering the admin password... Is there a trigger somewhere that we could activate to allow the full control over usb ports?
While I was recodring video with my dsc, battery level droped and the camera shuted down. So I have a .mov clip with probably some of the encoding missing at the end of the file. Does anyone know how to fix that type of video?
I am looking for a place to get browser version versus HTTP version compliance. Like:
IE 5.5 -> HTTP 2.0
IE 6.0 -> HTTP 3.0
Netscape 4.9 -> HTTP 1.1
Something as official as possible so I can rely on it for my designs (I tried to find that on W3 but I couldn't...)
The problem with CGI is that it is not recalled when the browser loads the page from its cache... Also, as there's no such problem with other browsers, I would just hope there a simple (html) way to do it.