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I downloaded the mozroots.1.gz file, but I don't know what to do with it.

I'm trying to install some software that is asking me to set it up by: $ mozroots --import --sync

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That is the man page. It would go in /usr/share/man/man1/ or the equivalent location on your system.

To install mozroots, for example on a Ubuntu system, do this:

sudo apt-get install mono-devel

If your system uses RPM, in Fedora 11 for example:

yum provides */mozroots

tells me where it is which you would provide to yum like this:

su -c 'yum install mono-core-2.4-19.fc11.i586'
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