Simplified Windows or OSX Protools Install

Simplified install for Protools under Windows or OSX  (same procedure for 10 but it goes in a different folder under windows). Protools only uses AAX so this should be all you need to do. 
After you unzip  the debleeder zip file you have  a whole bunch of different folders and files. You are looking for the folder called AAX which will have 3 files in it.
Copy the  3 files in the AAX folder to this folder 
Windows C:\Program Files\Common Files\Avid\Audio\Plug-Ins
Restart protools after this.
It should be there now. 
Same process for Macintosh but the files go here instead 
Macintosh HD/Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-Ins
Note if you have changed the name of your Hard drive the name Macintosh HD will be different
Terminal Instructions
if you are comfortable in the terminal. Note these are only for  OSX not used for windows at all. 
First quite protools. Also a best practice to reboot your mac. 
If you go into terminal and run these two commands what do you see on the 3 aax Debleeder files
cd    /Library/Application\ Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-Ins
The line below will show you all the files in this directory, Best to copy and paste.
ls -l@
If you don't see the 3 Debleeder files than you have probably put them in the library off the Username, normally would want them in the Library directory under the Hard Drive. 
If you see the attribute on the Debleeder plugs in the following command will remove that attribute. Note you don't want to start a new shell as you need the change directory command at the top to be active so you are in the correct folder already. 

xattr -d DeBleeder_Stereo.aaxplugin DeBleeder_Mono.aaxplugin DeBleeder.aaxplugin
Then ls -l@ will show the files again and if you were successful the quarantine flag is removed. That means the flag should no longer be on any of the files.  
Start Protools up and it should be there.