Wednesday, December 3, 2008

HjSplit for Linux

lxSplit splits and merges files with the -s and -j flags respectively. Starting with version 0.2.1, lxSplit can handle large files (>= 4 GB) both when splitting and joining.

Examples:

To split a big file into smaller pieces of 15 MB each, run the following command:

lxsplit -s hugefile.bin 15M

Output size can be given in (M)egabytes, (k)ilobytes and (b)ytes.



To merge (join) the already split pieces into the original big file, run this command:

lxsplit -j smallfiles.bin.001


Download

lxSplit is free software and is distributed under the GNU General Public License v2.

The latest version is 0.2.4.

* Source tarball: lxsplit-0.2.4.tar.gz
* Source RPM : lxsplit-0.2.4-1.src.rpm
* i386 Linux RPM (built on RedHat 9): lxsplit-0.2.4-1.i386.rpm
* x86_64 Linux RPM (built on Fedora6): lxsplit-0.2.4-1.x86_64.rpm
* i386 Debian package: lxsplit_0.2.4-1_i386.deb
The deb package was provided by Christopher Lunsford. See his site for possible updates.
See debian-multimedia.org for more deb packages of lxsplit.

source: http://lxsplit.sourceforge.net/

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