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    But that's pointless. Just use the x86/i686 iso file

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerdonald
    But that's pointless. Just use the x86/i686 iso file
    exactly

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    TarTool (2.0 Beta) is an open source tool that you can use to extract a tar.bz2 file.
    tartool.codeplex.com

    Disclosure: I wrote this tool.

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