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How to know the path to a specific file in a zip archive, without extracting it?

I only know the filename but not its exact location. I would like to extract only that file from the archive. And I need to know its location in the archive.
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Add a file to a different path in a zip file

I have a file that placed in the following directory: folder_A/another_folder_A/file_to_add.xml Now, what I want to do is simply add the file to a folder in an existing zip archive. For example ...
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1answer
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How can I view files in zip using putty?

I want to view file list in zip archive using putty without unzip the archive. Is it possible?
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1answer
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referring to files inside a jar or zip files in Linux

I am wondering if I can refer to files inside JAR or ZIP files using URLs. I mean, without using a tool (such as the Java Jar utility) but just at the operative system level. For example, if I have a ...
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How to unzip a multipart (spanned) ZIP on Linux?

I need to upload a 400mb file to my web server, but I'm limited to 200mb uploads. My host suggested I use a spanned archive, which I've never done on Linux. I created a test in its own folder, ...
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2answers
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Remove accidentally extracted files [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to de-unzip, de-tar -xvf — de-unarchive in a messy folder? This is a pretty annoying occurrence. Sometimes, I download an archive (tar.gz, tar.bz2, zip, rar, ...
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How to de-unzip, de-tar -xvf — de-unarchive in a messy folder?

Usually, I unarchive things by $ mkdir newFolder; $ mv *.zip newFolder; $ cd newFolder; $unzip *.zip but sometimes I get lazy and just do in an arbitrary folder $ unzip *.zip so time-to-time messing ...