I have a bunch of
.jpg.gz files in a directory that I need to decompress.
I know that the decompress command is:
tar -xzvf FileNameHere.jpg.gz
But is there a flag that you can recursively uncompressed the files in a directory? I have over a hundred compressed files and I don't want to manually decompress every single one.
Also since I am SSHing into an hosting service I only have the following commands to use:
arch bzip2 cal cksum cmp cp crontab basename cd chmod ls date df du dos2unix unix2dos file getfacl gzip head hostid tail mkdir mv nslookup sdiff tar uptime wget whois unzip