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The best I found was the following, which attempts to normalise by sorting the file list using numeric 0 for owner and group removing the r and w bits for the owner, and all the permissions for everyone else fixing the mtime to the UNIX epoch find <files> -print0 \ | sort -z \ | tar -cf <output>.tar \ --format=posix \ --numeric-...


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Try installing cdrtools (or cdrkit) package. I have experienced the same error in arch and after reading the bug report https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/48571 I installed cdrtools and archive manager (engrampa) can now open iso files.


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You can pipe to tar: gunzip < /path/to/gz | tar tzf - (Or with GNU tar, you can just use | tar tz.)


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I will use the option --to-command to trigger the print of all extracted files the argument is a command that will use the env variable TAR_FILENAME to have the file name , and will receive thee file on STDIN So you must read STDIN and create the extracted file , you can print on STDOUT the file you created tar -xzf ../ARCH.tgz --keep-newer-files \ ...


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I think it's worth mentioning that the unar command-line tool is able to unZip, unRar, un7zip, unTar etc, including splitted files, with just: unar first_file https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Unar#Details


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