How to Use Tar on Linux | Command Line Tips from Linode’s Top Docs
tar provides a standard interface for bundling files on Linux. In this video, @Learn Linux TV shows how to use tar in the command line.
0:47 Gathering files to use with tar
3:05 What does tar do?
3:46 How to create a tar file
7:06 What’s inside of a tar?
8:48 Creating a tar with a line count
9:23 Creating a tar with verbose mode
11:11 Extracting a tar file to a folder
14:18 Using the gzip command
16:40 Decompressing files with gunzip
17:30 Combining gzip with tar
21:30 Viewing the contents of a tar.gz file
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