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How do you install the USPS Shipping Methods 2.4?

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I just downloaded the contribution entitled "USPS Shipping Methods 2.4". I unzipped it and came up with a file called "USPSMethods_2.4.tar(1)" It has a very pretty windows icon on it, but other than making my desktop look nice, I don't know what to do with it.

 

There is no documentation with this contribution, so I do not know what to do with the file! It is simply sitting on my desktop. Do any of you know what I'm supposed to do with this file? Double-clicking it opens the "open with" window, so that can't be it.


I am done!!! I have finally completed the task of modifying osCommerce to suit my web site. I would like to thank all who have helped me achieve this. May God bless you.

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sounds like you dl'd it a couple of times - you should be able to unstuff (mac) or unzip (windows) it with whatever app you use based on your OS - once unstuffed/unzipped you will see the read me file and files to install


Reading is beneficial - Searching is enlightening

find answers at wiki.oscommerce.com/top

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I downloaded it and unzipped it. But there is only one unzipped file (USPSMethods_2.4.tar[1]), and I don't know what to do with it! There is no read me.


I am done!!! I have finally completed the task of modifying osCommerce to suit my web site. I would like to thank all who have helped me achieve this. May God bless you.

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That did it. It turns out it is GZIP and TAR. Therefore, you need to unzip it twice (with two separate programs for me :roll: ) before you can use it.


I am done!!! I have finally completed the task of modifying osCommerce to suit my web site. I would like to thank all who have helped me achieve this. May God bless you.

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Sounds like you used winzip.

I have this problem all the time.

 

goto desktop and rename file from something.tar[1] to something.tar

Then re open the file and it will give you all the little files.

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