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UNRAR(1)                         RAR archiver                         UNRAR(1)

       unrar - extract files from rar archives

       unrar  <command> [-<switch 1> -<switch N>] archive [files...] [path...]

       This manual page documents briefly the unrar command.
       This manual page was written  for  the  Debian  GNU/Linux  distribution
       because the original program does not have a manual page.
       Commands and options described here are as of unrar 2.02.

       After  the program name comes a command and then optional switches with
       dashes before them.  A summary of commands is included  below.   For  a
       complete description, run unrar without options.

       e      Extract files to current directory.

       l      List archive content.

       p      Print file to stdout.

       t      Test archive files.

       v      Verbosely list archive.

       x      Extract files with full path.

       NOTE:  Every  switch  must be separated by a whitespace. You cannot put
       them together.

       -av-   Disable Authenticity Verification check.

       -c-    Disable comments show.

       -f     Freshen files.

       -kb    Keep broken extracted files.

       -ierr  Send all messages to stderr.

       -inul  Disable all messages.

       -o+    Overwrite existing files.

       -o-    Do not overwrite existing files.

              Set password.

       -p-    Do not query password.

       -r     Recurse subdirectories.

       -u     Update files.

       -v     List all volumes.

              Exclude specified file.

              Exclude files in specified list file.

       -x@    Read file names to exclude from stdin.

       -y     Assume Yes on all queries.

       This manual page was written by Petr Cech  <>  according
       to  "unrar -h" for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by oth-

                                  02.11.1999                          UNRAR(1)

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