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accepted How do I get Apache 2.2.17 started?
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asked How do I get Apache 2.2.17 started?
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22
accepted Is there a smarter tar or cpio out there for efficiently retrieving a file stored in the archive?
Nov
22
accepted What options are available to perform whole disk encryption with Snow Leopard
Nov
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accepted How to use 7-zip to send a Zip64-compressed file to standard output?
Oct
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revised How to use 7-zip to send a Zip64-compressed file to standard output?
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Oct
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comment How to use 7-zip to send a Zip64-compressed file to standard output?
Thanks for trying. Perhaps there is a bug in 7-Zip?
Oct
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comment How to use 7-zip to send a Zip64-compressed file to standard output?
Please see edit, thanks.
Oct
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revised How to use 7-zip to send a Zip64-compressed file to standard output?
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asked How to use 7-zip to send a Zip64-compressed file to standard output?
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asked What options are available to perform whole disk encryption with Snow Leopard
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comment Is there a smarter tar or cpio out there for efficiently retrieving a file stored in the archive?
Is there a way to pipe an extraction to standard output? It looks like there's a way to make an archive from standard input, but not a way (at least not directly) to extract to standard output. It's not clear from the documentation if there is a way to do this. Do you know how this might be accomplished?
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27
revised Is there a smarter tar or cpio out there for efficiently retrieving a file stored in the archive?
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asked Is there a smarter tar or cpio out there for efficiently retrieving a file stored in the archive?