I want to unzip the contents of a zipfile called mine.zip into /yours/ but when I do it using the -d flag it keeps going into /your/crap/ etc which is not I want Is there a way to do this?
I have 100s of directories and within those I have a few zip files. Now there are images named abc.jpg in those zip files. The zip files may be in any folder or in any subfolder so its difficult to ...
I have a file named 'sourceZip.zip' This file ('sourceZip.zip') contains two files: 'textFile.txt' 'binFile.bin' I also have a file named 'targetZip.zip' This file ('targetZip.zip') contains ...
How can I create and extract zip archives from the command line?
I've got a bash script that does something like this: zip -0 ../backup/backup.zip \ -r ./* \ -x \*CVS\* \ -x *Thumbs.db* \ The directory it's backing up is a SVN archive (it used to be CVS back in ...
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 ...
I want to zip numerous files from different directories(paths) in one line. How can I do that?