andrep-ml at vjolnir.org
Fri Jul 7 08:14:00 PDT 2000
On Fri, Jul 07, 2000 at 10:40:51AM -0400, Gerard Beekmans wrote:
> > What about unpacking .bz2-tars this way?
> > bash-2.04# bzcat xxxx.tar.bz2|tar x
> > Less to type - same effect as
> > root:/usr/src# tar --use-compress-prog=bzip2 -xvf filename.tar.bz2
> Yes why not doing it that way. Consider it added to 2.3.6
you might also like to mention that most modern distributions (like,
anything released within the last two years or so) usually have a -y or -I
option for tar, which is analagous to -z except it works for .bz2 files
instead of .gz.
eg: tar Ixvf not-pr0n.tar.bz2 or
tar yxvf not-pr0n.tar.bz2
if you're building an LFS system, you might want to consider grabbing
the tar patch, which is at the bzip2 home page.
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