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How To Unzip tar.gz File?

Compression provides more disk space and network efficiency in IT systems. There are different type, level and performance compression algorithms. tar.gz is de facto standard for Linux systems for a long time. In this tutorial we will look different ways to unzip or uncompres tar.gz files. Unzip with tar tar...

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Clone Windows and Linux Drives with Clonezilla

Clonezilla is very popular disk cloning and backup solution. Clonezilla provides a lot of different type of cloning capabilities. We can clone our source in to SSH, FTP, SMB, Webdav or local file systems. In this tutorial we will look how to download Clonezilla and clone given partition to the...

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How To Uncompress and Untar Tar Gz File In Linux, Unix and BSD

tar and gz formats very popular in Linux, Unix and BSD world. A lot of files like source code, backup, configuration files etc. are compressed with this two formats. As a Linux system administrator we generally face with tar.gz extension files. In this tutorial we will look how to extract them easily. Tar...

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Useful Linux Commands A System Administrator Should Know

Linux is command based operating system. Most of things are done in cli based environment bash . In this tutorial we will look popular and useful commands used by Linux system administrators and user. You can access detailed tutorials simply clicking links below. tr tr command is used to translate or delete...

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How To Unzip A Gz File

Gzip is a tool uses Lempel-Ziv (LZ77) to compress files. It is very popular in Linux community for its performance and compression level. To compress Log, Archive, Backup files gzip is extremely used. Detect Files Type First step to unzip or decompress gzip file is to be sure its file...

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How To Use Cpio In Linux?

cpio is general file archiver used in Linux, Unix and Bsd systems. It is created as a tape archive tool but gained new features along development. Cpio has its own compression format and extension. Creating Archive With Cpio We can create archive file with cpio by getting find output.

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