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Hi I have opensuse 10.2 and need to install mercurial on it. It doesn't have mercurial package so I downloaded mercurial-1.6 but I don't know how to install mercurial on opensuse. Any help would be appreciated.

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Assuming it is an rpm file, you could try running rpm -Uvh mercurial-1.6.rpm from shell as root.

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where should I copy this mercurial-1.6 – bahar Jan 19 '11 at 14:57

Opensuse 10.2 is pretty old. I'd recommend an upgrade. If you can't, a local install of mercurial should work. See Local Unix Install of Mercurial.

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