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Old 05-13-2009, 04:20 PM   #1
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Mindi/Mondo Installation Help

I could do with a little help installing Mindi/Mondo I have the manual and it would seem to be quite straight forward from the instructions on page 25 but I'm falling at the first fence.....

I have downloaded the files and started the install as per the Manual see below: -

Download the files into the /tmp directory

	1. bash# cd /tmp
	2. bash# tar -zxvf mindi-1.x.tgz
	3. bash# cd mindi-1.x
	4. bash# ./

The files I downloaded into the /tmp directory were mindi-1.2.4-i686-1mr.tgz and mondo-2.2.4-i686-1mr.tgz and I unpacked the mindi file as described above. Now I expected a directory to be created in the tmp directory called mindi-1.2.4 or something like that but that isn't the case so I cannot execute step 3
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Old 05-14-2009, 12:51 AM   #3
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A big thanks for that, it was spot on all my googling didn't turn up that page.



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