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EBZIP(1)							   User Commands							  EBZIP(1)

ebzip - compress a CD-ROM book SYNOPSIS
ebzip [option...] [book-directory] OPTIONS
-f --force-overwrite set overwrite mode to `force' (same as `--overwrite force') -h --help display this help, then exit -i --information list information of compressed files -k --keep don't delete original files -l INTEGER --level INTEGER compression level; 0..5 (default: 0) -n --no-overwrite set overwrite mode to `no' (same as `--overwrite no') -o DIRECTORY --output-directory DIRECTORY ouput files under DIRECTORY (default: .) -q --quiet --silence suppress all warnings -s TYPE[,TYPE] --skip-content TYPE[,TYPE...] skip content; font, graphic, sound or movie (default: none is skipped) -S SUBBOOK[,SUBBOOK...] --subbook SUBBOOK[,SUBBOOK...] target subbook (default: all subbooks) -t --test only check for input files -u --uncompress uncompress files -v --version display version number, then exit -w MODE --overwrite MODE set overwrite mode of output files; confirm, force or no (default: confirm) -z --compress compress files Argument: book-directory top directory of a CD-ROM book (default: .) Default action: When invoked as `ebunzip', uncompression is the default action. When invoked as `ebzipinfo', listing information is the default action. Otherwise, compression is the default action. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 1997-2006 Motoyuki Kasahara ebzip (EB Library) version 4.4.3 July 2012 EBZIP(1)

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UNSHIELD(1)									       UNSHIELD(1)

unshield - extract CAB files from an InstallShield installer archive SYNOPSIS
unshield [-c COMPONENT] [-d DIRECTORY] [-D LEVEL] [-g GROUP] [-h] [-j] [-L] [-n] [-o] [-O] [-r] [-v] [-V] c|g|l|t|x CABFILE DESCRIPTION
Unshield extracts CAB files from InstallShield installers, used to install software on Microsoft Windows based machines. OPTIONS
-c COMPONENT Only list/extract this component -d DIRECTORY Extract files to DIRECTORY -D LEVEL Set debug log level 0 - No logging (default) 1 - Errors only 2 - Errors and warnings 3 - Errors, warnings and debug messages -g GROUP Only list/extract this file group -h Show help message -j Junk paths (do not make directories) -L Make file and directory names lowercase -n Never overwrite files -o Always overwrite files -O Use old compression -r Save raw data (do not decompress) -v Be verbose -V Print version information Commands: c List components g List file groups l List files t Test files x Extract files Other: CABFILE The InstallShield installer file to act upon AUTHOR
This manual page was adapted by Mark Ellis <>, from the skeleton generated by help2man The SynCE project July 2004 UNSHIELD(1)
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