I know I can use unzip -l file.zip to view the file list of a zip file. But a got a zip file inside another zip file. I tried unzip -l file.zip/sub_file.zip, but failed. Is it possible to view the ...
I am trying to figure out how to create a zip file for each subfolder containing only files that match my criteria. For instance I have: Folder1 Folder2 Folder3 Each folder contains the same set ...
So I have to uncompress 4 different files. When I do file file1 file file2 file file3 file file4 for example, different messages are displayed. For example one starts like "gzip compressed data, ...
I have a single directory that contains dozens of directories inside of it. I'm new to command line and I'm struggling to come up with a command that will zip each sub-directory into a unique ...
Is there a way to zip all files in a given directory with the zip command? I've heard of using *.*, but I want it to work for extensionless files, too.
I have a directory that has 800 files like this: file1.png email@example.com file2.png firstname.lastname@example.org file3.png email@example.com ... etc I need to create zip files like this file1.zip (containing ...
I need to create a zip archive where the unzipped result preserves the directory structure from the specified directory down. I also need to do this without actually switching to the directory. My ...
How can I create and extract zip archives from the command line?