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7z a folder in chunks of 100MB and decompress

I am trying to 7z a folder (in chunks of 100MB) and add it to archive in Linux. Is the following command correct? tar cf - dir/ | 7z a -v100m -si dir.tar.7z How can I decompress the folder? I have ...
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7z commandline: test archive and only show failures?

What is the easiest way to get only the failures from 7z when testing an archive for integrity? Looking at the command-line options, there seems to be no verbose or non-verbose option (i.e. there ...
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7-zip backup folders, exclude some of folders but keep excluded folder's name

By using 7-zip in Linux I need to save zip file to absolute path: /var/www/vhosts/mysite.com/httpdocs/app/webroot/myfiles.7z backup all files and subfolders inside this: ...
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Is there a way to compress files at different compression levels inside a single 7zip file? [duplicate]

Some files are compressed using their own compression scheme and some aren't. If I try Max compression on an already compressed file, I'll get 1%-2% better compression at most. The amount of time ...
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How to store complete path using 7z on linux

I am looking for a simple way to backup files that have changed in the last 24 hours and creating a daily 7zip file ( I don't need permssion or users just files ). Using the following command I can ...
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Extract files with umlaut in 7zip file created under windows to Linux

I want to extract a large backup of my hard drive compressed with 7zip under Windows to my Debian Wheezy installation. I'm using the following command line: 7z x -pmypasswordhere file.7z If there's ...
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7z getting an event not found error in command line

I am using 7zip on my centos machine and ziping a file via command line. This is my syntax 7za a -t7z backup.7z public_html\ -mx0 -xr!restricted_area What i'm expecting with this syntax is to ...
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7zip filename encoding problems

I have problems extracting files from 7zip archive with non-ascii symbols in filenames. I have identical versions of 7z on two computers, which differ only by the system locale. If I compress on one ...
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How to use 7z with variables inside a linux script?

For example: 7za e -y $file_name -o$dest_directory This works fine, when run directly from command line, but within the script it gives this error: could not find archive (No archive by that ...
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7-zip files on Linux with AES-256 encryption

I have a requirement to zip up some files in Linux with 7zip using AES-256 encryption. The end user will be opening in Windows with 7zip. I'm using the following command: 7za a myfile.zip test.txt ...
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Is it a requirement to concatenate multiple 7zip files in Linux before being able to uncompress them?

I generally use 7zip when on Windows and uncompressing multiple 7zip files. I have come across several articles noting that I need to concatenate multiple 7zip files to a single zip archive if I wish ...
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Error when extracting a 7zip archive to a specific output directory in Linux

I have a 7zip archive that I need to extract to another directory as opposed to the directory that the archive is located in however I get the error "Error:Incorrect command line". The command I am ...
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Is there a way to determine the original size or file count of a 7-zip archive?

I know that when I compress an archive with the 7za utility, it gives me stats like the number of files processed and the amount of bytes processed (the original size of the data). Is it possible, ...
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Why my multiparted .tar unpacs just partly? (missing files)

I have 25 .tar files like: filename.tar.001 - filename.tar.025 When I want to unpack them with cat myarchive.tar.* | tar xvf - it does, but missing files: whole .tar is 1,2 GB, but unpacked files ...
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Multithreaded support in 7za

(I posted this first on serverfault, but then I realized it probably belongs here.) I'm trying compress a very large text file using 7za (p7zip) 9.20. The -mmt option doesn't seem to have any effect. ...
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Extracting msi files using Linux

Related: How to extract files from MSI package? To extract the contents of a MSI installer using Linux, I can either use msiexec with wine or use 7zip. However, the latter does not preserve ...
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Extract 7z files with standard linux tools?

I know that you can extract .7z files with 7-zip. Is there another standard linux program that can do this? Maybe one of these tar bzip2 xz gzip I will add that bsdtar can do this, but is not ...
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How can I get a content-listing of a 7z-archive under Linux?

This answer and this one suggest p7zip to work with 7zip-archives under Linux. I can see option for compressing and decompressing. But how can I get a content-listing of an archive, without ...
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Can I use 7Zip under Linux? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 7-zip for linux 7Zip is a good compression-format. Can I produce such files or decompress them under Linux? I don't want to use emulation like Wine.
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How do I uncompress vmlinuz to vmlinux?

I have already tried uncompress, gzip, and all other solutions that come up as google results and these have not worked for me. To get just the image search for the GZ signature - 1f 8b 08 00. ...
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“can't find specified sfx module” when trying to create self extracting file with 7zip

I am trying to create a self extracting file for Windows from Ubuntu 10.04 using 7zip. I tried these commands: 7zr -sfx7z.sfx a output.exe *.txt 7zr -sfx/usr/local/etc/7z.sfx a output.exe *.txt ...
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How to create multipart 7zip file in Linux?

How can I create a multipart 7zip file in Linux using the p7zip console client? Many people referred me to it. My console app is 7-Zip [64] 9.13 beta Copyright (c) 1999-2010 Igor Pavlov ...
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file permission in zip/7z/rar?

I want to package my application for linux, I use zip/tar.gz/7z/rar to do the compress in Windows. Because I do the compress in Windows, so when I extract the package in Linux, the file permission ...
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Howto unzip “.xz” file with 7z and lzma

I tried to uncompressed a "*.xz" file with both 7z and lzma. But they gave me such message: $ 7z x myfile.fq.xz 7-Zip 4.57 Copyright (c) 1999-2007 Igor Pavlov 2007-12-06 p7zip Version 4.57 ...
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unencrypt 7zip files in ubuntu

I have an encrypted 7zip file, but i cannot open it, it appears that p7zip does not support encryption yet. Do you know a program that can open it ?
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Best Secure Encryption for Zip Files via Linux

I want to use highly secure encryption for zipped files via Linux/Ubuntu using a command line terminal, what is the best command line tool to get this job done? zip -e -P PASSWORD file1 file2 file3 ...
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7-zip for linux

7-zip for linux, does such a thing exist? I mean actually 7-zip or a port, not another compression tool or command