Quoting Ken Gilmour (ken at playersonly.com):
> You can use "unzip", for example
>> $ unzip filename.zip
Since he's asking after graphical shells (mentioned WinZIP), it might be
relevant to mention that Konqueror and cxunzip
(http://gurb.ton.tut.fi/gnome) qualify. Also KArchiver
Me, I've never bothered with the GUI front-ends to the Info-Zip Group's
zip/unzip utilities (other than Konqueror), so I can't comment further.
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