Gzip all files in a directory recursively. How do I Gunzip all files in a directory in Linux?

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  1. Yogal

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    If anyone would like to use a regex with to locate specific files in a subdirectory to zip, I'd recommend using find. In addition, zcat is identical to running gunzip -c command. No need for loops or anything more than find and gzip : find. How to compress a list of files, each file in their own GZIP file? Pardon the oneliney-ness. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. From man gunzip : -r --recursive Travel the directory structure recursively.
     
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    I want to iterate among sub directories of my current location and gzip each file seperately. For zipping files in a directory, I use.The disadvantage is, that you need to find the files yourself.
     
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    portalnews.top › questions › how-do-i-gunzip-all-files-recursively-in-a-tar.Ask Ubuntu is a question and answer site for Ubuntu users and developers.
     
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    gunzip has -r option. From man gunzip: r --recursive Travel the directory structure recursively. If any of the file names specified on the.Like this post?
     
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    portalnews.top › questions › can-i-zip-an-entire-folder-using-gzip.However, using find should be find.
     
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    How to gzip all or specific files in Linux forum? The gzip command will not recursively compress a directory into a single zip file, when using the -.Improve this answer.
     
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    portalnews.top › questions › how-to-gzip-all-the-files-or-a-list-of-files-from.Zcat is a command line utility for viewing the contents of a compressed file without literally uncompressing it.
     
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    gz file when given a list of files on its command line. For example $ gzip -r log to recursively walk the log directory and compress.Do I need to reinstall Windows after replacing hard drive?Forum Gzip all files in a directory recursively
     
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    I need to gzip all files in a dir separately including all files in sub-directories without deleting the originals afterwards.Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
     
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    gzip will recursively traverse through the whole directory structure and compress all the files in the directory and.How to compress a list of files, each file in their own GZIP file?
    Gzip all files in a directory recursively. “Gzip all files in a directory linux” Code Answer
     
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    gzip all the files · 1. Change the directory to audit logs as follows: # cd /var/log/audit · 2. Execute the following command in the audit directory: # pwd /var/.I tried the command from Unzip all zip files in a target folder?
     
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    To recursively compress files, use the -r command line option. This option, as the name.If any of the file names specified on the command line are directories, gzip will descend into the directory and compress all the files it finds there or decompress them in the case of gunzip.
     
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    Shell/Bash answers related to “Gzip all files in a directory linux”. unzip command in linux · convert all files and folders in current.Related
     
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    But I want to keep the original files also.
     
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    forum? You want them all compressed as a single archive right?
     
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    Find knows where a filename starts and where it ends.Forum Gzip all files in a directory recursively
     
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    Farshid never specified that the files contain no special characters, so your answer only answers a special case of the question.
     
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    If any of the file names specified on the command line are directories, gzip will descend into the directory and compress all the files it finds there or decompress them in the case of gunzip.
     
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    Edit2: Ok, here we go with something that checks for existing file.
     
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    This finds all regular files in and below the current directory whose names don't end with the.
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    You want them all compressed as a single archive right?Forum Gzip all files in a directory recursively
     
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    For zipping files in a directory, I use.
     

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