Summary of various compression and decompression methods under Ubuntu

  • 2020-05-30 21:59:49
  • OfStack

This paper mainly introduces various compression and decompression methods under Ubuntu. The importance of compression and decompression is not stated here, but let's directly look at the detailed introduction.

1. .tar

Unpack the: tar xvf FileName.tar

Packaging: tar cvf FileName.tar DirName

(note: tar is packaged, not compressed!)

2. .gz

Unpack the 1: gunzip FileName.gz

Unpack the 2: gzip -d FileName.gz

Compression: gzip FileName


Extract: tar zxvf FileName.tar.gz

Compression: tar zcvf FileName.tar.gz DirName

3. .bz2

Unpack the 1: bzip2 -d FileName.bz2

Unpack the 2: bunzip2 FileName.bz2

Compression: bzip2 -z FileName


Extract: tar cvf FileName.tar DirName0

Compression: tar jcvf FileName.tar.bz2 DirName

3. .bz

Unpack the 1: bzip2 -d

Unpack the 2: bunzip2

Extract: tar jxvf

4. .Z

Extract: uncompress FileName.Z

Compression: compress FileName


Extract: tar Zxvf FileName.tar.Z

Compression: tar Zcvf FileName.tar.Z DirName

5. .tgz

Extract: tar zxvf FileName.tgz


Extract: tar zxvf FileName.tar.tgz

Compression: tar zcvf FileName.tar.tgz FileName

6. .zip

Extract: unzip

Compression: zip DirName

7. .rar

Extract: rar a FileName.rar

Compression: rar e FileName.rar

8. .lha

Extract: lha -e FileName.lha

Compression: lha -a FileName.lha FileName


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