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TAR File (What It Is & How To Open One) - PC Support - About.com
A TAR file is a Consolidated Unix Archive file. Learn how to open a .TAR file or convert a TAR file to another file format.
tar - Linux Command - Unix Command
This manual page documents the GNU version of tar , an archiving program designed to store and extract files from an archive file known as a tarfile. A tarfile  ...
TGZ File (What It Is & How To Open One) - PC Support - About.com
A TGZ file is a GZIP Compressed Tar Archive file. Learn how to open a .TGZ file or convert a TGZ file to another file format.
Linux Shortcuts and Commands - About.com
(=tape archiver) Untar a tarred and compressed tarball (*.tar.gz or *.tgz) that you ... The second command shows how to restore a file from the backup. This won't ...
Example uses of the Linux Command "tar" - About.com
The most common use of tar is for installing new software on a Linux system. Let's say you downloaded a file racing-grame-4.0.1.tar that contains a car racing  ...
GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary - tar (tape archiver)
Type tar then -option(s). Options list: -c --- create. -v --- verbose, give more output, show what files are being worked with (extracted or added). -f --- file (create or ...
Tar (Tape ARchive) - Linux - About.com
Definition: Tar (Tape ARchive): A file packaging tool included with UNIX/Linux for the purpose of assembling a collection of files into one combined file for easier ...
Ubuntu Packaging Guide - Packaging From Scratch
A source package commonly contains a .dsc file describing the package and giving md5sums for the source package, an .orig.tar.gz file containing the source  ...
file-roller - What is file-roller - Linux - About.com
File Roller is only a front-end (a graphical interface) to archiving programs like tar and zip. The supported file types are : Tar archives uncompressed (.tar) or ...
Linux System Administrator's Guide - 12.4.2. Restoring files with tar
The --extract (-x ) option for tar extracts files: # tar --extract --same-permissions -- verbose --file /dev/fd0H1440 usr/src/ usr/src/linux usr/src/linux-1.2.10-includes/ ...
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