The default behavior of gunzip is to delete the .gz file after it decompresses. How do I prevent it from deleting the file?? If this functionality is not included then is there an alternative ...
I have a .gz sql dump file (example: foo.sql.gz) that i want import in my database with the classic mysql command. gunzip -c foo.sql.gz > foo.sql mysql -uroot -ppassword foo < foo.sql foo is ...
I need to extract a single folder and its subfolders from a tarball (.tar.gz) on a CentOS server. I haven't the slightest clue how to do it using an SSH terminal. I tried: gunzip -c files_20100623....