# cd /OVS/seed_pool
# unzip V22875-01.zip
# unzip V22876-01.zip
# unzip V22879-01.zip
# unzip V22877-01.zip
In most cases this should work, the issue is that the zip files (the first 3 of them) contain files that are larger than 4 GB. the zip (or unzip in this case) algorithm is not very happy with files larger than 4 GB. You might encounter a issue like "error: invalid compressed data to inflate". I was under the impression something was not downloaded correctly so I downloaded it again however it gave me the same error and after checking the MD5 it was clear the files where not corrupted.
After some work on google I found a possible solution around this by using 7zip. however a more fine solution is also available without having to install another decompression tool.
This is also working (and more easy):
gunzip -c V22875-01.zip > OVM_EM_111_1of4.tgz
gunzip -c V22876-01.zip > OVM_EM_111_2of4.tgz
gunzip -c V22879-01.zip > OVM_EM_111_3of4.tgz
gunzip -c V22877-01.zip > OVM_EM_111_4of4.tgz
After this the manual continues and you have to execute the following command:
cat OVM_EM_111_?of4.tgz | tar -xzvf -
Now you will have a directory named OVM_EM_111 with your files in it which can be used to setup a new system from you Oracle VM Management console.