Everything posted by enc1pher
True, however if Safari has 'Open "safe" files after downloading' enabled (as is the default when you add a new user), then Safari will gunzip the tar file automatically :) My fix is to a) Untick the box to disable this functionality in 'Preferences', or b) gzip the .tar file, if this happens.
In case this can help others: If your browser (e.g. Safari) "opens" the .tar.gz file after it finishes downloading it, it will gunzip, leaving a .tar file in its wake. Re-gzipping the .tar before copying it to the root of the bunny's hdd was a simple fix :)