File Roller can't make zip file
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 1, 2013
I am running xubuntu, anyone able to reproduce this?
file roller just gives a error message no crash
Problem extracting encrypted .zip file in Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 23, 2006
I am running Ubuntu 6.06, I have an encrypted arhive that contains picutures I want to unzip. When I try extracting the files I get an error message that says
skipping: CIMG0065.AVI need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG0471.AVI need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1097.AVI need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1386.JPG need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1389.JPG need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1390.JPG need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1392.JPG need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1397.JPG need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1399.JPG need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1400.JPG need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1401.JPG need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1)
skipping: CIMG1403.JPG need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v2.1
Howto: create a Windows compatible (.exe) selfextracting ZIP file in Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 2, 2008
A few days back I had to create a Win32 compatible self-extracting ZIP file for a friend. Sounds easy, right. The problem was that I didn't have a Windows machine nearby and I didn't want to install any archiving programs under Wine.
NOTE: A freeware ZIP program such as IZArc under Wine can be used to create a Win32 self-extracting ZIP file too. That will not be covered by this howto, sorry.
Googling around I found this forum post dated August 2003. Reading it I found out that self-extracting ZIP files are nothing more but a suitable unzip binary followed by a normal ZIP file. I used the unzipsfx.exe included in Info-ZIP UnZip 5.52.
The link on that post worked a few days ago so I got my hands on the unzipsfx.exe that I was looking for. Today, 2nd July 2008 I found the link dead. After some googling I didn't find a working link anywhere. I read the licence a few times and understood that I can redistribute the original unzipsfx.exe with a license
Make Self installing TAR /ZIP file
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 1, 2011
I would like to create a self installing TAR /ZIP kind of file, one the user could simply execute and have all the files install in all their correct locations.
Could anyone please provide some advice?
Thanks in advance.
Problem downloading the zip file from Ubuntu One
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 4, 2014
I want to download my files from Ubuntu One
There's a link to the zip file
But the download stops after a random period of time without completing the file
The file is 570 MB
First time down 120
The second time down 180
Third time down 70
Unable to make deb file of Qt 5.4 app in Ubuntu 14.04
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 24, 2015
I am able to make deb file of Qt 5.2.1 app in Ubuntu 14.04 but unable to make deb file of Qt 5.4 app in Ubuntu 14.04 and got below errors.
//usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5PrintSupport.so.5: undefined reference to `QPdfEnginePrivate::paperRect() const'
//usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5PrintSupport.so.5: undefined reference to `QPdfEnginePrivate::pageRect() const'
//usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5OpenGL.so.5: undefined reference to `QFontEngine::glyphCache(void const*, QFontEngineGlyphCache::Type, QTransform const&) const'
I am just guessing that .so files present at the path usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ are compatible with Qt 5.2.1 but not with Qt5.4.
There is no change in .so files at the path path usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ if we install or uninstall Qt 5.2.1 or Qt 5.4.
If anyone has idea, then please let me know so that I can resolve my issue.
how to make jar file from commandline in ubuntu
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I am kinda stuck. Usually I use the export option in eclipse to create a jar.
But now, i have deployed my code in production and want to create a jar file.
So I have two files,
foo.java which calls bar.java
And then it uses couple of jars
Now,so main is in foo.java
How do i create an executable jar.
can I make a ZIP file?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 28, 2010
I want to e-mail a friend a set of pictures in a compressed file (because I'm sure they'll be too large, and I don't want to send multiple e-mails if I can avoid it), but she uses Windows and I don't think she would even know what to to with a tarball. Can I use Linux to make a .zip that Windows can open?
Hmm...it hadn't occurred to me that Ark could do it, as I just discovered. It made a zip without a problem. I hope it can be read by Windows. I've probably wasted everybody's time here.
How do I make a zip file on linux?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: June 26, 2014
zip -h is confusing! I just want to know how to make a .zip from a directory. kthxbi
PGP Encrypting a Zip File with Python in Ubuntu
location: linuxexchange.com - date: September 15, 2015
I am regularly generating a zip of folders on a server and pushing these archives to a storage server. To comply with data privacy regulations, we need to have these folder encrypted using a client's supplied public key.
I am using gnupg, and have imported the public key to the server.
stream = open('/home/user/myfile.zip','rb')
However when using the private key to decrypt the file, the resulting zip file is a different size than the source zip, and is unreadable. For example, the source zip file is 66KB, the decrypted file is 104KB.
I have had similar problems with other compressed test files: .jpg, .png, etc.
The only files I have successfully decrypted and opened are uncompressed text files - .txt and .css, so I know that the key pair is working.
When trying to open a decrypted zip file, the error I get is: "There was a problem reading the contents of "myfile.zip". The archive file is incomplete".
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