Quoting Dale Dunlea <daledunlea at commergy.com>:
> I went with the tarball because a windows user can just pop the thin in
> their drive, open it with winzip, and browse for files they want to
> restore. Unfortunately, that won't work so well with a split tarball. I
> suppose that's ultimately what I'm looking for - a browsable soltuion.
perhaps the -L option for tar helps, I've never used it but it sounds as though
it should do the trick. i.e. creates a new tar file when it has reached a
You'll have to test it out yourself though.
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