The rarfile is not supported in liunx. You need to install winrar in liunx as follows:
Http://www.rarsoft.com/download.htmdownload pageWgethttp: // www.rarsoft.com/rar/rarlinux-4.0.1.tar.gz
The following information indicates that the installation is successful.Mkdir-p/usr/local/bin
However, when running the command rar, the following problem occurs,
Rar:/lib/i686/nosegneg/libc. so.6: version 'glibc _ 000000' not found (required by rar)
Remember two Common commands:
Rar x yhcsh.rar // extract yhcsh.rar to the current directory
Rar yhcsh.rar./yhcsh // package the yhcsh directory as yhcsh.rar
Common rar Commands include:
A. Add a file to the operation documentation.
For example, rar a test.rar file1.txt if the test.rarfile does not exist, package file1.txt to test.rar.
For example, rar a test.rar file2.txt if the test.rarfile already exists, then the file2.txtfile will be uploaded to test.rar.
(In this example, test.rar contains two files)
Note: If a copy of a file already exists in the Operation Document, the command updates the file and can also perform operations on the directory.
Example: rar a test.rar dir1
C. Add instructions to the Operation Document
Rar c test.rar
(The words "Reading comment from stdin" appear, enter one or more lines of comments, and end with ctrl + d)
Cf adds file comments, similar to c above, but this is to annotate each file in the compressed document
Cw writes document comments to files
Example: rar cw test.rar comment.txt
D. delete an object from the document
Example: rar d test.rar file1.txt
E. decompress the file to the current directory.
Example: rar e test.rar
Note: When Using efor decompression, not only the original file1.txtand file2.txt files are extracted to the current directory, but all the files in dir1
It is also decompressed to the current directory, and the directory structure before compression cannot be maintained. if you want to maintain the directory structure before compression, use x to decompress
K lock document
For example, after rar k test.rar locks the document, it cannot be updated.
R repair document
Example: rar r test.rar
When there is a problem with the rarfile, you can use this command to fix it (the ghost knows how many problems are used)
S conversion document into self-extracting document
Example: rar s test.rar
An executable test. sfx file is generated. Running this file is equivalent to rar x test.rar,
Suitable for transferring files to users without rar
T detection document
Example: rar t test.rar
Test the integrity of test.rar. Generally, it is best to use this command to ensure file correctness before compression of large files for transmission.
X. Extract the content from the file to the current directory.
Example: rar x test.rar
In this way, dir1 maintains the original directory structure.
The preceding are common rar commands. A single rar operation can only have one command, but multiple options can exist.
There are many rar options, which cannot be described here. Only a few of them are often used.
Cl converts a file name to lowercase
Cu converts a file name to uppercase
Example: rar a-cl test.rar FILe.txt
File.txt changes to file.txt after test.rar.
Delete source files after df operations
Example: rar a-df test.rar file1.txt file2.txt dir1
After you compress file1.txt,file2.txtand dir1to test.rar, delete the source file.
Ed does not add an empty directory
Example: rar a-ed test.rar dir1
When nvidir1to test.rar, no operation is performed on the empty directory.
Rar e-ed test.rar
When test.rar is decompressed, no empty directory is generated
K. Lock the file
Example: rar a-k test.rar file1.txt
Equivalent to rar a test.rar file1.txt
Rar k test.rar
M <0 .. 5> sets the compression ratio level (0-storage, 3-default, 5-maximum)
Example: rar a-m0 test.rar dir1 dir2
Store dir1,dir2into test.rar without substantial compression (fast and suitable for operations on files without any pressure)
Such as avi and jpg)
Rar a-m5 test.rar *. txt *. bmp
Compress the TXT and BMP files in the current directory to test.rar and use the maximum compression ratio (slowest)
MS [ext; ext] specific files are not compressed
Example: rar a-m5-ms avi; jpg; jpeg test.rar/home
Archive all directories and files under the Home Directory to test.rar. Use the maximum compression, but do not compress avi, jpg, and jpeg files.
(Only package test.rar, because these files cannot be compressed with the maximum compression, it is better to directly package and save time)
O + overwrite existing files
O-Do Not Overwrite existing files
Example: rar x-o-test.rar
Decompress the test.rar file. However, if an existing file exists, it is not overwritten.
Ol saves symbolic links as link files, instead of normal files
Ow stores or restores the information of the file owner (username, group)
These two commands are unique to the * nix system. They are easy to understand.
P [password] set the password
Example: rar a test.rar *. txt-p prettygirl
Set the password of the compressed file to prettygirl. You cannot perform operations without a password during decompression.
If you think the plaintext password is too exposed, you can use
Rar a test.rar *. txt-p
Then, the rar program will ask you what password you want to use, without echo
S-do not use solid Compression
Note: solid compression is an unchangeable compression method for document content after compression, which is different from lock. Because common compression is used
To take care of the need to insert and delete individual files in the future, a lot of operation is required. However, solid compression cannot
Its content is updated, so the compression ratio is the largest.
Sfx [name] is used to create a self-extracting file, which is the same as compressing with a and converting with s.
T compression is complete before integrity test
Example: rar a test.rar/home-t
Perform the test after compression is completed. If any problem occurs, an error is returned.
Ta only operates on files after the data date
Tb only performs operations on files before the data date
Note: the format of date is YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.
V [k, B] split-volume compression. The size of each volume is specified by the subsequent size.
Example: rar a-v15000k-m0 test xvid-fn.avi
Packaging and storage of xvid-fn.avi, 15000 k per volume (this format is popular when dvdrip is published online)
The generated file is test.part1.rar,test.part2.rar .... (Rar Version 3.20)
X exclude specific files
Example: rar x test.rar-x *. txt
Decompress documents except *. txt in test.rar
X @ is the same as above, but all excluded files are placed in the list file list this time.
Y. All operations are answered yes.
For example, if you encounter the same file during decompression, you can ask whether to overwrite (Y/N). If you add-y, you can select Yes by default.