The first thing that needs to be done is to unzip the downloaded file. It's a .tar.bz2, which should just work for Unix, Linux, or OSX users. Windows users will need a third-party program (7-Zip works well: http://www.7-zip.org/) to uncompress the archive. Store the uncompressed file in some temporary location.
Once you have the files unzipped somewhere, go to that location via the command line. Now, to do this next step, you either need to be allowed to write files ...
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