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Old 28th August 2005, 08:15
Ryanayr Ryanayr is offline
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Default how to download/install ISPConfig

Im very sorry for being so ignorant in linux..

I've followed the installation instruction for Debian 3.1 to the very detail it took me 24 hours less 4 hours of sleep hehehe... but now im stuck in how to install the ISPConfig on my Debian 3.1 system..

I dont know how to download the ISPConfig*.tar.gz to my harddisk.. I was stuck on the instruction

tar xvfz ISPConfig*.tar.gz
No such file or directory

I only could download a file if I were using a web browser which my perfect debian installation does not have a graphical interface im at a loss in using the shell.. could you be so kind enough to teach me the very detail in downloading the file to my system... so I could try and follow the instrution of installing ISPConfig...

Thank you...

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