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Someone give me some files named like this:

video.zip.001, …, video.zip.999

Initially I think these was some multipart zip files, but they aren’t.

Solution:

On your sudo / root shell type:

  • apt-get install lxsplit
  • lxsplit -j video.zip.001

This will install LX Split (a command line HJSplit version for Linux) found on debian-multimedia.org repository to open (and create) these multipart files.

5 thoughts on “Howto merge *.001 to *.999 files on Linux

  1. Adir Kuhn says:

    cat video.zip.* > video_full.zip

    1. Y3K says:

      Thanks, easier and clean.

  2. Wirasto S. Karim says:

    Thank’s for this information 🙂

  3. gbviswanadh says:

    sir,

    i have zip file like aa.zip contain aa.let and another zip file like bb.zip in which contain bb.let i want to writer these two file in single file i.e in another zip file containling aa.let and bb.let , so am wait for your reply to combain two files of zip

  4. jesc@mailnesia.com says:

    Working! Was easier than the 7z commands. Thanks for this!

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