I've been struggling with this for a couple days so I'm hoping someone on SE can help me.
I've downloaded a large file from Dropbox using wget (following command)
wget -O folder.zip https://www.dropbox.com/sh/.../.../dropboxfolder?dl=1
I'm sure it's a zip because 1),
file dropboxfolder.zip yields
dropboxfolder.zip: Zip archive data, at least v2.0 to extract, and 2) the download and extraction works find on my Windows machine.
When I try to unzip to the current directory using
unzip dropboxfolder.zip, on Linux, I get the following output:
warning: stripped absolute path spec from / mapname: conversion of failed creating: subdir1/ creatingL subdir2/ extracting: subdir1/file1.tif error: invalid zip file with overlapped components (possible zip bomb)
I'm unsure what the issue is, since as I said it works fine on Windows. Since the zip is rather large (~19GB) I would like to avoid transferring it bit by bit, so I would be very thankful for any help. I've run unzip -t but it gives the same error. When listing all the elements in the archive it shows everything as it should be. Could it be an issue with the file being a tif file?