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Re: tar -I incompatibility

>>"Sam" == Sam Couter <sam@topic.com.au> writes:

 Sam> Not true. There's the way GNU tar works, then there's the way every other
 Sam> tar on the planet works (at least with respect to the -I option). GNU tar is
 Sam> (used to be) the odd one out. Now you're saying that not behaving like the
 Sam> odd man out is being Solaris-centric? I don't think so.

	Could you please name the other unices that behave identically
 to solaris tar wrt the -I option? And which other unices even have
 the -I option in tar?

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