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HowTo Install firefox-8.0.tar.bz2 in Linux

I have downloaded Firefox version 8.0 file from mozilla ftp/web site. The name of file is firefox-8.0.tar.bz2. How do I install firefox-8.0.tar.bz2 in Linux? What about my old bookmarks and add-ons. I am going to lose them?
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Linux / Unix: Tarball Delete ( remove ) File

How do I delete OR remove a single file from within a tar ball under Unix / Linux like operating systems?
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HowTo: Linux Install LibreOffice

How do I install newly released LibreOffice under Debian, Ubuntu or Fedora Linux?
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Linux / UNIX: Untar / Extract a .lzma Tar Ball

I’ve downloaded a file called file.tar.lzma tar ball from the Internet but I am not able to open tar ball. How do I open or extract a .lzma file under Linux or UNIX like operating systems using command line options?
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CentOS / Redhat Linux: Install OpenNTPD To Synchronize The Local Clock

OpenNTPD is a Unix system daemon implementing the Network Time Protocol to synchronize the local clock of a computer system with remote NTP servers. How do I install OpenNTPD under CentOS / RHEL / Fedora Linux instead of default NTPD client / server supplied by Linux operating system?
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Apple OS X: Open .Rar File / Extract rar

I know how to open .rar file under Linux, but how do you open .rar file under Apple OS X UNIX using command line and GUI tools options?
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Linux: tar Extract Files

How can I extract or uncompress a file from tar ball downloaded from the Internet under Linux using bash command prompt?
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Unix / Linux: Tar Command Remove a Directory From a Tar Ball

How do I remove a directory from a tar ball under Unix / Linux operating systems?
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Ubuntu Linux: Compress files using tar Command

How do I compress and backup files using tar command to another directory on same computer or another Linux computer under Ubuntu Linux?
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Linux / BSD Shell Doesn't Recognize Newly Installed Binaries

I‘ve installed few software using tar ball format under Linux or FreeBSD ports using make command. However, my system doesn’t recognize the installed command. I’ve to reboot the system or log out and log in again to use the same. How do I fix this problem?
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