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Linux, zip files

Posted on 2014-01-08
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I am using RHEL 6.5

I can gunzip *.gz files with gunzip

I can untar *.tar files tar

How do I unzip a zip file from within Linux

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by:Lee W, MVP
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Why not just use gunzip for zip?
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by:Los Angeles1
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Did not know you could do that

Are there any command options, or is it basically just

   gunzip file.zip

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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Sorry, I was mistaken.  Instead try unzip.  And run man unzip for more details.
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