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How copy a files from my 3.5 disk

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Hi to all
I have 2 questions
1. How copy a files from my 3.5 disk
2. How i unzip compresed files
Thanks
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1) use mtools. I dont know what distribution you use, but surely you have "mcopy", "mtype", "mdel", etc. so you can:

mcopy a:somefile.zip .

2) use unzip (.zip files), gunzip (.gz), bunzip2 (.bz2), uncompress (.Z)

Good luck
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