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file-roller(1)							file-roller(1)

       file-roller - archive manager for GNOME

       file-roller [OPTIONS...]	 [FILE...]

       File Roller is a graphical interface to archiving utilities such as tar
       and zip.

       It supports most common	operations  such  as  creating,	 modifing  and
       extracting  files from an archive. You can also view the contents of an
       archive and open files contained in the archive.

       -a, --add-to=ARCHIVE
	      Add files to the specified archive and quit the program

       -d, --add FILE
	      Add files asking the name of the archive and quit the program

       -e, --extract-to=FOLDER
	      Extract archives to the specified folder and quit the program

       -f, --extract
	      Extract archives asking the destination folder and quit the pro‐

       -h, --extract-here
	      Extract  archives	 using	the archive name as destination folder
	      and quit the program

	      Default folder to use for the '--add' and '--extract' commands

	      Create destination folder without asking confirmation

       This program also accepts the standard GNOME and GTK options.

       file-roller is written by Paolo Bacchilega <>.

       This manual page was written by Sven Arvidsson  <>,  for  the
       Debian project (but may be used by others).

       gtk-options(7), gnome-options(7)

       The online documentation available through the program's Help menu.

GNOME				  2007-09-27			file-roller(1)

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