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I have coredump file in .gz format (which I am not aware of) and I want to convert it, so that I can read it.

Is there a way I can use coredumpctl to read the .gz core dump file?

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    It is already in bytes, there is nothing to do. Why do you think that you can not send it? – ctrl-alt-delor Dec 20 '18 at 19:51
  • Its in .gz format which I am not aware of. Is there a way instead of accessing the directory where the coredump file is, I ask coredumpctl to get the coredump file for me. Then I don't have to be root to access the coredump file. – sheikh sabeer Dec 20 '18 at 20:00
  • First stop it with the being root. Why is it that when ever a user does not know what they are doing, they do it as root. This is a sure way to break things. You do not have to be root to convert a file. – ctrl-alt-delor Dec 20 '18 at 20:03
  • I have added an answer, but there are a lot of confusing ideas in this question. I suspect that you are using words, that you have heard (cargo cult). Please just use ordinary words. There is, usually, no need for technical specialist words. – ctrl-alt-delor Dec 20 '18 at 20:08
  • the aim is to call coredumpctl and get the coredump file. Is it possible to do it without root access? – sheikh sabeer Dec 20 '18 at 20:16
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files ending in .gz are usually gnu-zip files. Check by typing file «filename», if should report gnu zip.

If so it is a compressed file, you can un-compress it by typing gunzip «filename».

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