Category : tar

I have been trying to untar a file .tar with ansible on a windows target using module "win_unzip" below and it doesn’t work. That module "win_unzip" works fine to unzip of course .zip files – name: Unzip fichero community.windows.win_unzip: src: /some_user/test-ansible/fake_package.tar dest: /some_user/test-ansible/ ERROR MSG The msg displays that PSCX is needed but it is ..

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The file is "Target.zip". The top-level folder inside the zip is "Target". The desired file, "Renewal.xlsm", is at a deeper level. The directory tree in the zip should be duplicated for the uncompressed file. I cannot use Scripting.FileSystemObject (scrrun.dll), Windows Script Host (wshom.ocx), or Microsoft Shell Controls (shell32.dll). Those aren’t good for my need, because ..

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Stack OS: Linux 3.14.26 Language: C++ Framework: Qt 5.5.1 Compiler: gnu Background An application I’m working on allows the user to revert to a former software version backup. The backups are stored on the device (running on linux) in .tar archives. Within the archives is the executable (executable/x-application). However, when it lists the backups, it ..

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How to untar multiple files with an extension .tar.gz.aa, .tar.gz.ab….. until .tar.gz.an each file being around 10 GB in Windows? I’ve tried the following commands in my powershell(with admin rights): cat <name>.tar.gz.aa | tar xzvf – cat : Exception of type ‘System.OutOfMemoryException’ was thrown. At line:1 char:1 + cat <name>.tar.gz.aa | tar xzvf – + ..

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I’m currently trying to run the following command in Windows Powershell: curl https://archive.apache.org/dist/tomcat/tomcat-8/v8.5.65/bin/apache-tomcat-8.5.65.tar.gz | tar xvz –strip-components=1 – -C ~/tomcat-8.6.65 When I run this command it tries to untar the default value .tape0 instead of the Tomcat tarball. I know that a workaround is to specify a filename with -f , however I don’t know ..

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I need to run two versions of R because some of the packages I want don’t work in the new 4.0 build. This should be pretty simple; I just need to install the older version in Program Files/R, next to the newer version, and I can choose which version I want when I boot R ..

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