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I know how to compress a single file using GZip, but how would I compress a folder and all sub folders?
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gzip can only compress a single file. tar can archive multiple files, but it doesn't compress them. Therefore the two tools are oftne used together: first you archive all the files into one with tar, then you compress that file with gzip

and you use it like this
tar -cvzpf archive.tgz /home/example/public_html/folder
good luck
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Worked perfect thanks
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np anytime.
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