4.2.0 forUbuntu



Compress and extract RAR files from GNU/Linux


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Little by little, the RAR format is becoming a more common way to compress files and save disc space, especially on systems like Windows, thanks to programs like WinRAR.

RAR is the new Linux version of WinRAR, the famous Windows file compressor, which also allows GNU/Linux users to compress and extract files in this format.

It integrates seamlessly with the desktop that you're using, adapting to the compression tool included by default in your system.

The only drawback you might run into with RAR is that it is shareware (trial version), which is unusual for GNU/Linux. But there's no other alternative because at the moment there's no other way to create RAR files on Linux.

Architecture: i386


The trial period lasts 40 days.

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