This is a guest post, written by Arun Kumar Sori. About the Author: Arun Kumar Sori is an Open Source Enthusiast, C++ lover, and an Engineer in making. Love to learn and share. Performing Incremental backups using tar We are all much familiar with “tar” command on linux. We mostly use it for archiving some […]
Use the following command to create a new file in /usr/bin directory and launch the gedit. sudo gedit /usr/bin/extract-file Copy and paste the following code in gedit and save the file. 123456789101112131415161718 if [ -f $1 ] ; thencase $1 in*.tar.bz2) tar xjvf $1 ;;*.tar.gz) tar xzvf $1 ;;*.bz2) bunzip2 $1 ;;*.rar) rar x […]
Tar 1.23 is released, the new release fixed many bugs and comes with new commad line and improvements. In the new version we will find for example that the record size auto detection has been improved also improved behavior if some files were removed during incremental dumps, for the command line we find tow new […]
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 […]
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