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  Compression decompression command under Linux
     
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
         
         
         
  1. Linux zip command

Compression

zip -r filename.zip ./* // all the files and folders in the current directory of all files compressed into filename.zip

-r indicates subdirectories recursively compressed all the files

Unzip

unzip -d test filename.zip // extract the files to the filename.zip ./test

-d: -d test specified to extract the files to a directory under ./test;

2. Linux tar command

-c: establishing zip file

-x: Unzip

-t: view the content

-j: by supporting the bzip2 compression / decompression, the file preferably * .tar.bz2

-z: through support gzip compression / decompression, the file preferably * .tar.gz

-f filename: back to pick the file name being processed

-C Dirname: extracting at dirname directory

Compression

tar -cvf filename.tar * // will pack all files into the directory filename.tar

tar -zcf filename.tar.gz * // will pack all files into the directory after filename.tar, and its use gzip compression, to generate a gzip compressed package named filename.tar.gz

tar -jcf filename.tar.bz2 * // will pack all files into the directory filename.tar after, and which was bzip2 compression, to generate a bzip2 compressed package named filename.tar.bz2

tar -Zcf filename.tar.Z * // will pack all files into the directory filename.tar after, and it is compressed with compress, umcompress generate a compressed package named filename.tar.Z

Unzip

tar -xvf filename.tar // extract the tar package

tar -zxvf filename.tar.gz // unpack tar.gz

tar -jxvf filename.tar.bz2 // unpack tar.bz2

tar -Zxvf filename.tar.Z // decompression tar.Z

3. Linux rar command

To handle .rar file in Linux, you need to install RAR for Linux

yum install rar

Compression

rar a filename * // will compress all files into a rar package, called filename.rar

Unzip

unrar e filename.rar test // will filename.rar all files to extract ./test
     
         
         
         
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