>>>>> "MC" == Michael Conry <michael.conry at ucd.ie> writes:
MC> Tiarnan's pointer to the unzip deb in non free is prob your
MC> best bet. Alternatively, if you have the same 2.2r2 set of
MC> disks as i do (the 3 binary ones anyway), run dselect, and
MC> search for zip and unzip (can't remember which one worked for
MC> me) and you will find a package which has the zip libraries,
MC> and a couple of sample programs...
The easiest way to search for packages is to use "apt-cache search
foo", where foo is some word. That said, searches for "zip" and
"unzip" don't show anything obvious.
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