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Reading a CPIO tape from NT

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Hello all!

Does anybody know how I can read a Unix CPIO archive from an NT machine? Are there any public domain utilities that would allow me to do this?

Any comments are appreciated.
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The URL below has a product for doing this.

http://www2.novastor.com/Backup/Datasheets/di_tar.html

Download a trial version.

I don't know of a freeware product.

Hope this helps.
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Unfortunately, they don't have a demo version of NovaTar (the product that does this). It retails for 695, which is kind of useles for me at this point.
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