How to extract multi-part, e.g. .z01, .z02 type of zip files on Ubuntu

I couldn’t extract an archive that I downloaded from edelivery which was in 3 files, 1.zip, 1.z01 and 1.z02:

In order to extract on Ubuntu, do the following:

zip -s- Input.zip -O output.zip

This will gather the Input.zip file and all following .z0x in one file called output.zip, which you can then extract and do whatever you want on it, e.g

zip -s- dac_win_11g_infa_win_64bit_901.zip -O output.zip

About SoCRaT

Software Engineer, OSS & Linux Geek
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7 Responses to How to extract multi-part, e.g. .z01, .z02 type of zip files on Ubuntu

  1. Noga says:

    THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
    That was a life saver. Thanks a ton.

    But probably you should change the way you described it.

  2. Ahmad Amr says:

    You’re more than welcome🙂, you can suggest another name if you wish

  3. taregon says:

    Me funcionó, gracias =)

  4. Danilo says:

    Thanks a lot! Very useful!

  5. HuaMei says:

    It is indeed useful! Thanks!

  6. Javier Armas says:

    Very useful! Thanks a lot.

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