Dear unixmen reader, In this tutorial I will teach you how to compress and encrypt folders in Linux. Ok guys, right click on the folder you want to compress and click on Compress. Select the type of compression, location where the compressed folder should be saved and click on Other Options to encrypt the file […]
1141Posted December 23, 2013 by oltjano terpollari
Trimage is a cross-platform GUI and command-line interface to optimize image files. All image files are losslessy compressed on the highest available compression levels. Trimage gives you various input functions to fit your own workflow: A regular file dialog, dragging and dropping and various command line options.
Compressed files use less disk space and download faster than large, uncompressed files. You can compress Linux files with the open-source compression tool Gzip or with Zip, which is recognized by most operating systems. By convention, compressed files are given the extension .gz. The command Gzip creates a compressed file ending with .gz; Gunzip extracts […]
This is a serie of lessons of “Basic Commands “ that focuses on command-line usage, in this serie you will learn the tools and tricks of the command line, which are in many cases faster, more powerfull, and more flexible than GUIprogram. Today in this part i will show you the main commands to compress/decompress […]
2321Posted July 10, 2009 by M.el Khamlichi
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