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ORANGE(1)							   User Commands							 ORANGE(1)

orange - extract CAB files from self-extracting installers DESCRIPTION
orange [-d DIRECTORY] [-D LEVEL] [-h] FILENAME -d DIRECTORY Extract files to DIRECTORY -D LEVEL Set debug log level 0 - No logging (default) 1 - Errors only 2 - Errors and warnings 3 - Everything -h Show this help message FILENAME The file to list or extract contents of Orange is a tool and library for squeezing out juicy installable Microsoft Cabinet Files from self-extracting installers for Microsoft Win- dows. It currently supports the following kinds of installers: * Early support for installers created by Installer VISE. (Orange 0.3 or later) * Support for some installers created by Inno Setup. (Orange 0.2 or later) * Early support for the installer used by TomTom prod- ucts. (Orange 0.2 or later) * InstallShield versions 5 and 6, using Unshield for extracting InstallShield Cabinet files. * Setup Factory versions 5 and 6 using Dynamite for data decompression. * Some other installer (using a DLL called inflate.dll). This is used by for example Macromedia Flash Player 6 for Pocket PC 2002. * Microsoft Cabinets (also self-extracting) when you have Cabextract installed. * Zip archives (also self-extracting) when you have UnZip installed. orange 0.3.1 July 2004 ORANGE(1)

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UNRAR-FREE(1)						      General Commands Manual						     UNRAR-FREE(1)

unrar-free -- extract files from rar archives SYNOPSIS
unrar-free [-xtfp?V] [--extract] [--list] [--force] [--extract-newer] [--extract-no-paths] [--password] [--help] [--usage] [--ver- sion] ARCHIVE [FILE ...] [DESTINATION] DESCRIPTION
unrar-free is a program for extracting files from rar archives. OPTIONS
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. -x --extract Extract files from archive (default). -t --list List files in archive. -f --force Overwrite files when extracting. --extract-newer Only extract newer files from the archive. --extract-no-paths Don't create directories while extracting. -p --password Decrypt archive using a password. -? --help Show program help. --usage Show short program usage message. -V --version Show version of program. NON-FREE UNRAR COMPATIBLE SYNOPSIS unrar-free [elvx] [-ep] [-o+] [-o-] [-ppassword] [-u] [--] ARCHIVE [FILE ...] [DESTINATION] This syntax should only be used in front-end programs which are using non-free unrar as a back-end. It is recommended to use this program by GNU command line syntax. e Extract files from archive without full path. l List files in archive. v Verbose list files in archive. x Extract files from archive with full path. -ep Don't create directories while extracting. -o+ Overwrite files when extracting. -o- Don't overwrite files when extracting. -p Decrypt archive using a password. -u Only extract newer files from the archive. -- Disable further switch processing. Any switch after the -- are treated as filenames and destination. BUGS
Advanced features of version 3.0 archives are not currently supported. AUTHORS
unrar-free was written by Ben Asselstine based on UniquE RAR File Library by Christian Scheurer and Johannes Winkelmann. This manual page was written by Niklas Vainio <> for the Debian system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version pub- lished by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL. UNRAR-FREE(1)
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