I have a question regarding
unzip command in Unix. As of now my Unix command
unzip -p -a is able to zip the file which are lesser in size. But if the file size is larger then the command is not able to unzip it.
Consider the file name is
file1.zip and when I give
unzip -p -a and while the command executes, it shows the content of the file in the Unix box.
I want to know the same
@Volker: you have suggested as
COMMANDTOUSE="/usr/bin/7z e -so -bd .. but its not working.
This is how much code is defined,
if the file is in zip format, then the
unzip -p -a comes into picture.
yes the command works for smaller files, and if fails for larger size.
I have tried with
7z e -so -bd but its failing.
@Volker : can you suggest an alternate command. Thanks for your continuous help till now.