Wednesday, November 25, 2009

UNP a Universal File Unpacking Utility for Ubuntu / Debian

Unp is a small perl script which makes extraction of any archive files in easy way. It support several compressors and archiver programs, chooses the right one(s) automatically and extracts one or more files using a single command. It supports rar, zip, tar.gz, deb, tar.gz2, rpm etc..

How to Install unp in ubuntu / Debian

$ sudo apt-get install unp

Usage Method 1 (unpack all archives in a directory)

$ unp *.*

Method 2 (unpack, for example, all .rar archives in a directory):

$ unp *.rar

Method 3 (unpack 1 archive):

$unp archivefile

Method 4 (unpack several archives at the same time):

$unp archivefile1 archivefile 2

More examples
unp *.tar.gz, unp *, unp *.rpm, unp *.deb, unp *.zip, unp *.rar

$man unp ( for more help)

A simple error noted in unp is , It doesn’t extract RAR archives with full path


Anonymous said...

Speaking of Playstation two, is it possible to attach the 7" screen to the original thick model or does the 7" screen only be attached to the slim model?

Anonymous said...

I have a playstation 3 and i just got resistance 2. I am wanting to figure how we can use both playstation accounts at the same time to play co-op online.