Compression and archive format that stores one or more files into a single file, usually with a .zip file extension.

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PHPMyadmin doesn't seem to be able to read zip files compressed with 7zip

Each time I get this when trying to import: Error in ZIP archive: CRC32 checksum is not equal with the value in header information. Which software should I use for phpmyadmin then ?
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xlsx files are being interpreted as zip files on download, why?

Background: For some reason, whenever a user tries to open an xslx (excel 2007) file from our intranet using MSIE, the file download dialog interprets it as a "zip" file. Admittedly, xslx files ...
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Importing to mysql from a .gz via shell - how to do it without extracting to a file? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Pipe gunzip and mysql to gunzip a dump and import it i have a .gz file of an sql dump. at the moment i extract it to its own file (ie dump.sql.gz extracted to dump.sql) ...
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How can I create a zip / tgz in Linux such that Windows has proper filenames?

Currently, tar -zcf arch.tgz files/* encodes filenames in UTF, so Windows users see all characters spoiled in filenames which are not english, and can do nothing with it. zip -qq -r arch.zip files/* ...
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GUI zip utility for Mac OS X that supports previewing [closed]

I always miss 7-zip when I'm working on my Mac. Does anyone know of a good GUI utility that allows me to preview zip file contents and do partial extracts? I've seen the Unarchiver and various 7-zip ...
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Why do zip files get corrupted on USB Drives?

Why do older USB drives corrupt zip files? The file size appears the same, but the CRC check fails.
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Dos command to ZIP a file [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Windows 2003 zip from command line Can somebody please, let me know that how we can zip a file in a Command line. Please, let me know.
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Missing (or Invisible) Files in a Zip File

I've got a stumper here. I zipped up a directory of php, javascript, css, etc. files on a server running Centos. I used Firefox to download this zip file to a machine running Windows XP. The ...
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Create a tar file for compressing files and directories on Mac OS X

I'm new to Mac OS X and am not sure how to do this: I have three directories. I want to create a tar/zip file of them so that I can attach them to an email. Any ideas?
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Does it take longer to download a zipped file than an unzipped file?

I once read somewhere that it takes longer to download a zipped file than an unzipped file of the same size, due to the nature of the zip file. Is this true or nonsense? edit: i'm speaking about ...
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Are there any free command line based zip utility?

I need to schedule a command line to zip contents of a couple of folders. Are there any free command line based utility that can handle multi volumes? (7Zip is disqualified, the -v parameter is not ...
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Extracting files from ZIP archive by date range

How can I extract files from ZIP archive filtering by date. I want to extract files dated between 2008-9-15 and 2008-10-1. I have Windows XP Pro. I would like to do it from command line. What ...
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Bash command to compress folder(s) with a password

How can I compress two folders into archive file (zip, gzip or something like that) with a password on the files? For example I have folder structure: rootDir dir1 dir2 dir3 dir4 I need bash ...
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What's the advantage of using RAR's?

The RAR file format is somewhat new to me and I'm trying to understand why people are switching to it over the "zip" file format. What's so special about RAR's? My initial assertion is that it's a ...
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How to disable the Windows built-in zip functionality

Is there anyway to disable the built-in zip functionality without using other zip programs?
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How to restore Windows default Zip file functionality?

I recently lost the default file association for Zip files in Windows Vista (I think it happened when I uninstalled WinAce, but I can't be completely sure). How can I restore this association back to ...
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Windows 2003 zip from command line [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you zip a file from the command prompt using ONLY Windows' built-in capability to zip files? Is there a way to zip a file (or group of files) from the command ...
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Extracting files into separate folders

I have few zip files that has at least 10000 files each. I would like to extract files into separate folders by year and month. How can I do that. I have Windows XP Pro.
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How long could it take to ZIP my wwwroot with around 2.74 GB of files and folders? [closed]

I want to Zip and backup my wwwroot folder which has around 127 sites and 2.74 GB of data. How long could it take to Zip a folder of this size (appx. 94,329 files and 23,368 folders) and is it safe to ...
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How to open corrupted ZIP files?

How can I open (or repair) corrupted ZIP files on Windows? Is there a way to force 7-Zip to open them?
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A compression program that handles files with unusual extensions

WAR files are simply ZIP files with a renamed extension. I'd like to configure a compression program to handle these (on double-clicking the file), but mine doesn't recognize them unless I rename them ...
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Automatically unzip/untar downloaded files?

Is there a way to automatically unzip/untar everything I download? Preferably without installing anything (I already have enough programs running all the time) and something that works with all ...
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terminal tool (linux) for repair corrupted zip files

I've a corrupt zip file. I've tried to repair it with zip -F file.zip and zip -FF file.zip but was not successful. Is there another terminal tool under Linux for repairing?
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How do I reassemble a zip file that has been emailed in multiple parts?

I received 3 emails each containing part of a zip file. The extensions end in .z00, .z01 and .z02. (Emailed as such to get around the typical 10Mb attachment limit per email.) I have put all 3 files ...
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Compressed Folder Wizard - other archive formats

Anybody know of a shell extension to make other archive formats, such as RAR, work with Windows' built-in Compressed Folder Wizard?
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Is there a simple, automated way to convert a large number of files between ZIP and RAR formats?

I have about 500 RAR archive files and 300 ZIP files that I want to burn to a DVD and give to someone else. I would like these 800 different archives to be in the same file format, so either 800 ZIP ...
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Compressing with RAR vs ZIP

A lot of people are compressing files with RAR, sending compressed files with RAR and so on. ZIP is more standard and works on all platforms. Windows users have ZIP included and Linux users have no ...
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How to create a zip file compatible with Windows under Linux

I need to make a zip file available to all my Windows users visitors, so I naively produced a zip file with the Unix zip command (let's call it madeinlinux.zip). It opens successfully with WinRar or ...
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Can you configure Windows to open JAR files like ZIP files without a 3rd party tool?

I'd like to be able to examine the contents of a JAR file without having to install Winzip or some other tool and without having to rename the file. Windows Explorer can open ZIP files just fine; is ...