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DarkLordSouron

hi

who can show me a program for linux that can open

exe, iso, bin, cue, zip, rar...... files???

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thingsforjason
hi

who can show me a program for linux that can open

exe, iso, bin, cue, zip, rar...... files???

one program? to do all that? in linux? .exe files are generally for windows. you can burn isos and bin/cue files with linux, and i'm sure you can find another program to unzip/unrar files too...

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werwolf

windows winrar can decode all that, so i dont see why the linux equivilant cant do the same

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the evn show

The linux mindset is "one application for one job: and do it well". That's why you have programs like "wc" that exist just to tell you how many files words are in a file, but very few applications that will balance your checkbook while playing music and doing a webcam chat for you.

.exe files (assuming you mean self-extracting files) could possibly be opened with wine or something - they're not really designed to open elsewhere.

.zip files can be opened with command line utils (ie: unzip)

IIRC there is a version of RAR for linux

.tar.gz files open well with tar

and you can mount ISO files just like disks drives using the 'mount' command.

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