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  1. #1
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    How to extract .7z file in Linux?

    Anybody know if it's possible to extract an .7z compression file into a linux box?
    What's the command?

    Thanks alot in advance.

  2. #2
    That's the 7zip format, and you can find a download for Linux here:

    http://www.7-zip.org/download.html

  3. #3
    There should be no problem with that. You can refer to this wiki article

    http://www.techrecipes.net/operating...xtract-7z-file

  4. #4
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    p7zip: http://p7zip.sourceforge.net/

    Funny how if you try a Google search for 7zip linux, that is in the top 5 results.
    Funny how if you read the download page on 7zip's website, it's directly linked (as shown by post #2).
    Not funny how amazingly lazy people are.
    Last edited by petteyg359; 12-05-2010 at 02:24 PM.
    [GB ≠ GiB] [MB ≠ MiB] [kB ≠ kiB] [1000 ≠ 1024] [Giga ≠ gram] [Mega ≠ milli] [Kelvin ≠ kilo] [Byte ≠ bit]
    There is no millibit. There is no gram-bit. There is no Kelvin-Byte.

  5. #5
    Not funny how people respond to a thread from 2006.

  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by propcgamer View Post
    Not funny how people respond to a thread from 2006.
    Not my fault the RSS feed doesn't have a monk on duty to prevent the undead zombie threads from joining the party line

    Darn you, mohdshakir, for preemptively ruining my post by zombifying a thread.
    [GB ≠ GiB] [MB ≠ MiB] [kB ≠ kiB] [1000 ≠ 1024] [Giga ≠ gram] [Mega ≠ milli] [Kelvin ≠ kilo] [Byte ≠ bit]
    There is no millibit. There is no gram-bit. There is no Kelvin-Byte.

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