Install the “Fuse" driver and the “libfuse" library from your Linux distribution’s software repositories. See your Linux distribution’s documentation for more information on installing software. If you’re using a graphical desktop, the graphical software installation program should have these listed.
Become the root user by typing “su" into a terminal, pressing “Enter," typing the root account’s password and pressing “Enter."
Navigate to the directory containing the .bin file from the downloaded archive with the “cd" command. For example, type “cd Downloads" and press “Enter" to enter the downloaded directory.
Make the installer executable by typing “chmod +x Symantec_Backup_Exec_System_Recovery.bin" into the terminal and pressing “Enter."
Start the installer by typing “./Symantec_Backup_Exec_System_Recovery.bin" into the terminal and pressing “Enter."
Press “Page Down" to page through the Symantec Backup Exec for Linux license agreement, then accept it by pressing “Y."
Select whether to install optional software by pressing “Y" or “N" at the prompts.