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> Unzip Files From Cdrom, how do u unzip from a CDROM?
post Apr 15 2003, 11:24 PM
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I don't know how to unzip files from a CDROM and put them into another directory.

Please help me, I need it as soon as possible.

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post Apr 16 2003, 08:01 AM
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You can either copy the the zip file over to your hard drive and unzip, or you can "cd" to the target directory and issue the unzip command from there:

cd /home/playa
unzip /mnt/cdrom/

This should extract the file in the present working directory (PWD)

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post Apr 17 2003, 04:24 AM
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If you are to lazy to use the command line, try mc (midnight commander)

type in the console: mc

then go on your .zip file, press return
then you can select all your files in your zip files with the "*" key, and you can copy it in another
directory of your choice, exactly as like in nc (norton commander) for dos.

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