Is there a "magic" way to list the contents of a Zip archive piped in via stdin? For instance: $ some_process_sending_files_in_one_zip_stream_to_stdout | gunzip -l - ... listing of files ... When ...
I need to download a gzipped xml feed to parse in my Ruby app. It may well be quite large, 30Mb compressed, 300Mb uncompressed. So I do this: curl -s http://example.com/file.xml.gz | gunzip and read ...
Somehow I accidentally appended the extension .gz to ALL files in my entire website directory. How do I undo this? I need them to retain their original file extensions (EG: picture.jpg.gz -> ...
When trying to gunzip or zcat a large number of gzip files, zcat/gunzip will terminate with this error: gzip: <gzip-file>: unexpected end of file Is there any way I can get gunzip or zcat to ...
Is there a way to gunzip a file that isn't ending with a .zip even though I know for a fact the file is indeed a zip?
Possible Duplicate: How do you gunzip a file and keep the .gz file ? I decompress the file using following command: gunzip -f test.TGZ This gave me test.tar file but I lost the test.TGZ ...
I have a gzipped directory called "new" which contains other directories and files, that I compressed in the following way gzip -cvr --no-name /path-to-directory/new > new.gz I have copied this ...