Dave Burke wrote:
or even (btw the pipeing could be arse ways due to brain fry-out As a
result of today's excessive usage of NT & MacOS)
uncompress filename.tar.Z | tar xfv -
> Try tar zxvf filename.tar.Z ???
> > Stupid question time.
No such thing as a stiupid question, work the rest out as an excercise!
anyway. If you haven't seen this b4 check it out http://www.ntscuks.com
> > I've got myself a .tar.Z file that I need to
> > extract.
> > However when I use tar xvf filename.tar.Z it spits back tar :directory
> > checksum error
> > My question is what is this and what can I do to fix it?
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