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HOW TO COMPRESS AND DECOMPRESS FILES IN LINUX: gzip and gunzip

GNU ZIP (“gzip”) is another compressing command tool commonly used in Linux. Just like the bzip2 program it is used to compress files while the “gunzip” is used to decompress files. The file extension of files compressed with gzip end with ‘.gz’. for example; gzip file_name For example; gzip memo.txt The end product (the compressed… Read More »