Doug wrote:
> Ken Warner wrote:
>   
>> I also would like to download the GIMP documentation and run it locally.
>> But I can't find a help manual download.  I only can find a tar.bz2 
>> tarball
>> and I don't think I have a program to open that...
>>
>> Where is a downloadable GIMP help file with all the HTML pages in it
>> so I can run the help locally from GIMP?
>>     
> Ken,
> tar.bz2 is a linux compressed file, so it won't be any use to you if 
> you're running Windows.
> On linux, first move the downloaded <name-of-file>.tar.bz2 file to a 
> folder where it will be convenient to keep the Help manual.
> Then in a terminal window, type
> tar  xzvjf  <name-of-file>.tar.bz2
>   
Shouldn't that be:

 tar xvjf <name-of-file>.tar.bz2

??

Andrew
> This will uncompress the Help Manual into your chosen folder.
>
> Doug
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