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If there is no native Ubuntu package available in any of the Ubuntu repositories, you can use the command line to install or uninstall the tarball file.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:164(para)
The first step will be to uncompress and extract the tarball. If it is a <emphasis>.tgz</emphasis> or a <emphasis>.tar.gz</emphasis>, in a Terminal enter: <screen>tar -xfvz <emphasis>tarball_name</emphasis></screen>
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:165(para)
Then it will be necessary to follow the instructions that come with the package. These are generally located in the extracted tarball in a file called README or INSTALL.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:168(para)
Tarballs often contain the source code of the program, and need to be <emphasis>compiled</emphasis> in order to be used.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:635(para)
Compiling programs requires some packages that are not installed by default. You can install these all at once by installing the <application>build-essential</application> package.
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Located in add-applications/C/add-applications.xml:170(para)
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