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playaschaefa
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.

thanks
Corey
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:

QUOTE
cd /home/playa
unzip /mnt/cdrom/filename.zip


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