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Re: Linux Tool to Open Windows Self-Extracting Archives

William Ballard writes:
>apt-cache show orange (in sid)
>Package: orange
>Description: extracts CAB files from self-extracting installers
> Orange is a tool and library for squeezing out juicy installable Microsoft
> Cabinet Files from self-extracting installers for Microsoft Windows.
> It currently supports the following kinds of installers:
>    * Early support for installers created by Installer VISE. (Orange 0.3 or
>      later)
>    * Support for some installers created by Inno Setup. (Orange 0.2 or later)
>    * Early support for the installer used by TomTom products. (Orange 0.2 or
>      later)
>    * InstallShield versions 5 and 6.
>    * Setup Factory versions 5 and 6.
>    * Some other installer (using a DLL called inflate.dll). This is used by
>      for example Macromedia Flash Player 6 for Pocket PC 2002.
>    * Microsoft Cabinets (also self-extracting) when you have Cabextract
>      installed.
>    * Zip archives (also self-extracting) when you have UnZip installed.

	This sounds good.  Thanks to all.

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