How to Open, Extract and Create RAR Files in Linux

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12 Responses

  1. supergirl says:

    In the Ubuntu software center there is a program called ‘Engrampa‘ this is a GUI for Unzip/Rar programs.

  2. Monica says:

    Thanks for this.

  3. Fadaie says:

    to open the rar file the 10 steps is too much, tell me a simple way

    • Ravi Saive says:


      The simple way to open a rar file in Linux, use:

      # unrar e tecmint.rar

      And those 10 commands are examples to play with rar files in Linux..

  4. Waseem says:

    i have installed backtrack5r3 on vmware. Now i want to extract a rar file present on desktop but i can’t do it.plz help me.
    i had used the following command.
    unrar e video.rar

  5. Rama Kodali says:

    Thanks! Very useful information.

  6. Muhammad says:

    How to install new Rar 5.0. New archives don’t extract with old rar.

  7. khaled says:

    many many thnx…

  8. Naveen says:

    Vary usful and nice tutorial thanks.. every thing explained…

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