unarj command is used to uncompress archives that have been created using the
arj command. ARJ is a file archiver that was popular in the early days of computing. It was created by Robert Jung and is still used today to compress and archive files. The
unarj command is used to extract the contents of these archives so that they can be used.
unarj command is a simple command that is used to uncompress archives that have been created using the
arj command. The basic syntax of the command is:
unarj [OPTIONS] ARCHIVE
OPTIONS are any of the available options for the command and
ARCHIVE is the name of the archive that you want to extract.
Here is an example of how to use the
This command will extract the contents of the
archive.arj file into the current directory.
unarj command is typically used in situations where files have been compressed using the
arj command. This can happen when you are working with older files or when you are dealing with archives that have been created by other people.
unarj command has a few options that you can use to customize the way that it works. Here is a table of all the available options:
||Test the archive|
||Extract to stdout|
||Extract files to a specific directory|
If you are having trouble using the
unarj command, here are a few tips that may help:
- Make sure that you have the
unarjcommand installed on your system. If it is not installed, you can install it using your package manager.
- Make sure that you are using the correct syntax for the command. The basic syntax is
unarj [OPTIONS] ARCHIVE.
- If you are having trouble extracting the files, try using the
-voption to get more verbose output. This may help you identify any issues that are causing the extraction to fail.
unarjcommand is only used to uncompress archives that have been created using the
arjcommand. If you are working with archives that have been created using a different archiving tool, you will need to use a different command to extract the files.
unarjcommand is not commonly used today, as the
arjcommand has been largely replaced by more modern archiving tools such as
tar. However, there may still be situations where you need to use
unarjto extract files from older archives.