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unrar rpms are available here.http://www.rarlab.com/rar_add.htm .once installed your archive manager should find it allow you to use it.Or you could use it on the command lind with unrar e nameoffile.rar.
p7zip? The problem is, I don't know how to install applications on my gnome, I don't know what to do with install.sh files, I double click them and nothing is happening, I tried adding software but still no luck. I'm a total linux newbie.. How do i Install p7zip anyway? Thanks..
Well, I believe CentOS is a clone of Redhat EL is it not ? If so, just either add a new repo and use 'yum' to install p7zip, or download the package and install it locally. Here's one repo that has it: http://dag.wieers.com/rpm/packages/p7zip/
Look at the sticky at the top of the Fedora forum. The same livnia repository may have an unrar package. Also look in the http://rpm.pbone.net website. Filter the results for your distro and see if you can download a package for your distro version.
The "rar" package may be available from livnia or another repository as well. It uses non GPL code and so can't be distributed by RedHat.
Also, please learn how to use your package manager and the rpm command. For an install script or a tarball, you need to install from the console. And the first step is usually to read the README file. That is what it's there for.
when you go to a terminal and write the path to the file including the file, it should run it (the .sh file).
You should be able to choose "run it in a terminal" when double clicking a working sh file (not just some file that someone added .sh to it) - a selection should pop up.