DHalens wrote:Both are programs to be run in console. They don't have any kind of graphics.
Some programs like ark use those two and others to compress files.
DHalens wrote:Each of those package works for its file format. If you write in a console gzip --help or bzip2 --help (for a proper longer manual, man gzip or man bzip2) you'll see how they work. Altough msi is neither a zip nor a bzip file so those two programs won't do anything with it.
Ark is the package kde-base/ark but should be already installed if you're using kde or not worth installing if you're using gnome (don't know the name of the gnome program for [de]compress...).
Seems like old msi files are like cab files so you may be able to extract it with cabextract but also seems tha newer ones are a different file format and even wine requires to use native msi unpacker. But this is more related to your other thread so, if needed, ask more about it in the other thread.
dhinds wrote:I still need to identify a Linux application that compresses and decompresses, so your suggestion will be put to use.
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