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Old 03-16-2020
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Originally Posted by shekar7
Can You Provide Me Example if you have?
After studying the man page myself I have come to the conclusion that pax wants to either read files from a filesystem or write files to a filesystem or both.
So my first perception was wrong - pax cannot read a tar file and produce another one.
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