Dtrx Intelligent archive extraction
Dtrx: intelligent archive extraction
intelligently extract multiple archive types
dtrx is basically the same as tar -zxf or tar -xjf except you don't have to remember the flags for each file. But there's more to it than that. You know those really annoying files that don't put everything in a dedicated directory, and have the permissions all wrong? dtrx takes care of all those problems for you, too. dtrx is simple and powerful. Just use the same command for all your archive files, and they'll never frustrate you again.
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