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How do I unpack/unzip/uncompress a file?

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Hi,
I am doing a patch upgrade and have the patchset in the following directory:
# pwd
/u01/app/oracle/patch
# ls
4392446                   p4392446_8174_HPUX11.zip

I have signed on as root and have tried the following commands:
# unzip p4392446_8174_HPUX11.zip
sh: unzip:  not found.

 and  I have tried:
uncompress p4392446_8174_HPUX11.zip
p4392446_8174_HPUX11.zip.Z: No such file or directory

Help.
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unzip is not a standard utility on HP/UX, you either need to unzip it on another box, or install unzip on the HPUX box.
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thx Tintin, I will try that
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Thank you OmarFarid.
I did ftp to a different server and ran the unzip and that worked as well.
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Thank you.
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