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Old 10-11-2002
.bin files

How do I extract .bin files for instalation?
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Old 10-11-2002
I'm guessing you downloaded something from Sun - they're the only vendor I've personally seen that package tarballs and RPMs in .bin files.

If it is in fact something from Sun, you could try:
chmod u+x name.bin

Try executing the command:
file name.bin

to see what type of file it is...
Also, if you require more assistance, please post the output of the command "uname -a"
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Old 10-11-2002
Thanx much LF...

It was Sun Java2 SDK...
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