Zip is a file format used for data compression and archiving.

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Test integrity of ZIP file?

Near as I can tell the zip -T option only determines if files can be extracted -- it doesn't really test the archive for internal integrity. For example, I deliberately corrupted the local (not ...
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How to zip folder content on Ubuntu without keep the folder structure(path)

How can I compress a directory content without compress the full path folder structure too. I am using this command to zip a folder content under var/www/ directory, but when I unzip the ...
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adding unzipped files to a zipped folder

I'm trying to add unzipped files to an existing already zipped folder say new folder.zip. Is it possible to use zip -r new folder.zip after adding some unzipped files to them. Will this command ...
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moving files to a folder and zip the folder

I have to zip a few files induvidually from folder A and move them to folder B on the same directory which takes lot of time. So I thought of moving all those files to be zipped to a new folder(c), ...
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Error unzipping file through ksh, unzip works through bash

I have an auto-generated zipfile foo.zip on a Red Hat server that needs to be extracted to a particular location /bar. This is done through an install script using ksh. When the script executes unzip ...
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Working with the option -x in zip

I can't manage to figure out the -x option in the command zip. I want to compress a working folder to save it as a backup, but I have some files and a directory that contains huge files that I don't ...
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Order a list of files, by date modified, then unzip them in that order

I have a list of zip files, that must be extracted by date modified, they contain updated images and the strange way the local mls provides them means that newer zip files container newer versions of ...
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When I use zip, how can I display the overall progress without flooding the command line?

A fixed-length progress bar, a file or byte count, or better yet a timer showing the estimated time remaining would be ideal. zip's standard behavior seems to be to print a line for every file ...
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ZIP password finders for Linux?

I'm trying to extract ZIP files for an encrypted archive I've forgotten the password for. So far I've found the tool fcrackzip which does what I want, but its own manpage states that it has numerous ...
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Password protected zip archives open without password

I have a zip archive that is password protected in linux(the password is "secret"). However, whenever I try to open the zip file I am not prompted for a password or anything. I also have a python ...
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sync two zip archives (with minimal I/O)?

zip itself can freshen an archive to reflect the current filesystem (e.g. -FS). It only updates zip entries with outdated timestamps. Is there a tool that updates a 2.zip file so that it becomes ...
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Unrar 5.0 problem on boot - Pyload

I have problem with Unrar 5.0 when I load pyload. When pyload is loaded on boot then Unrar is not loaded (line 168): 157 24.04.2015 08:50:40 INFO Starting pyLoad 0.4.9 158 24.04.2015 08:50:40 INFO ...
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zip command is failing during high memory usage

We have several perl scripts, which generates and emails reports. The script that emails the files expects a .zip extension. The report scripts generates a .txt or .xls file and then runs the ...