How To Unzip In Linux

How To Unzip In Linux – Unzip / extract uses WinRAR in Windows is very different if you use the Linux terminal, it will feel more intense and looks professional if you do it using the terminal. If you look around you will rarely hear this term or tutorial like this, because most Indonesians use the Windows os made by Microsoft, this OS has a tremendous popularity. Even more than 90% of people in the world use Windows OS but Windows is not free aka you have to pay a license to use this OS. But there are many creative users, using cracks to engineer licenses so that they can be used for free. But this method can be said to be illegal if you are in a foreign country, different if in Indonesia it can be said that there is no or even no official law that says or ensnares the user who successfully cracks the windows os.

Speaking of windows, so forget that now the topic is about Linux, Linux is very different from Windows, it can be said to be inversely proportional or free, so you can get this free OS for full Linux support. But the weakness of this linux os is that the game is slightly different from Windows which has many games. Linux won’t lose, even though the game is just a little, but its capabilities are amazing, Linux can be used for network security to hack or even if you can, you can also plant a backdoor, but this action is not a good but very illegal and should not be done if not experienced.

For linux users who are still beginners you can learn it from the terminal, there are lots of basic command commands that you can use to do anything on the network, but can you unzip rar zip files or compressed files like tar.gz. You can do this easily just by typing a number of commands in the terminal without installing any software. if you can’t wait for How To Unzip In Linux please refer to the following steps:

How To Unzip In Linux

Make sure you follow the steps below in the order:

1. First you prepare the zip file that you want to extract …

2. Continue with opening each terminal ”

3. Type sudo unzip

4. Try .zip here is the name of the file you want to extract

5. If you are sure you will be asked for a password, and enter your linux password respectively

6. Well … if you see the display as above it means you have successfully extracted the zip file in your windows

7. The question is where was the extracted zip file ?? what is certain is that the contents of the zip file that was extracted were in the folder where the zip file was If you use Windows, you might have to use a program like WinZip to unzip the .zip file. But if you use Linux, you can do it in two ways. First, from the terminal. And the second, using a GUI (Graphical User Interface). Below will explain how to unzip files on Linux.

GUI method

1. If you use GNOME, you can use File Roller, where the program is a program from the original archive manager and can make you zip and unzip archive files with the GUI.

2. If you use KDE, try using Ark or Karchive.

With terminal

1. Install tools to zip and unzip. Linux has both programs to zip and unzip. But most programs like this were originally not installed on Linux. To install this program, go to the terminal and follow the steps below:

2. If you are using a Debian-based distribution, after becoming a root user, type these two commands to install the zip and unzip programs:

apt-get install zip

apt-get install unzip

 3. If you are a Redhat / Fedora Linux user, that means you can use the yum command to install the zip and unzip programs. The command is: yum install the unzip zip

Zip the File

1. Go to the directory that you want to ‘compress’ and type zip data *. Change the data with the name of your zip file.

2. If you want to zip to one particular directory, go to that directory and use this command: zip -r data *

Unzip the Archive File

1. Unzip is used to extract all files from the zip archive to your current directory. The command is: unzip Where data is the name of the zip archive you want to extract.

 2. You can also test a particular zip file to make sure the file is not damaged by the command below. This command prints a short message indicating whether the zip file can be used or not: unzip -tq

3. To extract one particular file from the zip archive, (assuming the file you want to extract is wiki.doc) use this command: unzip wiki.txt.

4. Extracting all zip files into the / tmp directory, the command is: unzip -d / tmp

5. Make a list of files in the archive without unzipping the zip file, the command is: unzip -l

Tip: There are several graphical archive managers such as xarchive, squeeze, etc. that are available on your Linux distribution repo.

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