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2 Responses

  1. Ismail says:

    I think there is a mistake in point 2

    It says, To decompress a .zst compression file, use the -d flag or the unzstd utility as shown.

    $ zstd -d etcher-1.3.1-x86_64.AppImage 
    OR
    $ unzstd etcher-1.3.1-x86_64.AppImage 
    

    Instead it should be

    To decompress a .zst compression file, use the -d flag or the unzstd utility as shown.

    $ zstd -d etcher-1.3.1-x86_64.AppImage.zst
    OR
    $ unzstd etcher-1.3.1-x86_64.AppImage.zst
    

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