Extracting MSI files from EXE Post by aegislive » Wed Mar 30, 2011 11:06 pm Is there an easy way from my customers to extract the MSI files from a compressed exe setup that I create?
Nov 18, 2020 · As you can see, by default, the get command downloads a remote file to a file with the same name on the local file system. We can copy the remote file to a different name by specifying the name afterwards: get remoteFile localFile The get command also takes some option flags. For instance, we can copy a directory and all of its contents by ...
No need to look for an unzip command (even though there is one); just run the following command to unzip zip archives from the Terminal: % open filename.zip Since zip files unzip with a double-click, the open command does the same thing.
Aug 06, 2018 · Multiple can exist in the archive with the same name. “-u” switch. Equivalent to the “u” command when combined with the “a” command. Adds new files and updates older versions of the files already in the archive. “-df” switch. Deletes files after they are moved to the archive. “-x” switch.