Re: howto extract all the tar.bz2 files in the same directory?
I will have a look of how to write scripts.
On Fri, Mar 23, 2007 at 10:08:35AM +0100, Martin Marcher wrote:
> for i in $(ls *.tar.bz2);do mkdir `echo $i|sed -e 's/.tar.bz2//'; tar
> -C `echo $i|sed -e's/.tar.bz2//'` xjf $i ;done
> something like that (I'm sure there are ways a lot easier but that's
> what I usually do)
> * will create a directory named like the tar.bz2 (in case it extracts
> to ./ and not to some subdir)
> * extract ever foo.tar.bz2 to ./foo/
> haven't checked exactly but in general that should do id..
> On 3/23/07, Zhengquan Zhang mailing list
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> >I want to extract lots of tar.bz2 files in one directory, and I want the
> >extracted files to be of the original names with out the tar.bz2 extension.
> >Is there a way to extract them all at once?
> >Thank you.
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