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Old 04-25-2007
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I have a few small files that I need to put into a shar file called endshar. It'd be nice to get a little help in getting this to work, I can't really find any documentation on the internet and the bits I can find aren't really helpful. Any help would be great. Smilie
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Old 04-25-2007
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Originally Posted by Visage
I have a few small files that I need to put into a shar file called endshar. It'd be nice to get a little help in getting this to work, I can't really find any documentation on the internet and the bits I can find aren't really helpful. Any help would be great. Smilie
Did you read the man page?

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shar file1 file2 ... > endshar

 
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