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The subject is pretty self explanatory, I've downloaded something at work and need to fit it onto a 128 mb flash disk, the file is 130mb... so I need to be able to create a spanning archive with tar. Looked at the wiki and man pages and couldn't see anything (didn't understand maybe?)
Distribution: Red Hat (8.0, RHEL5,6), CentOS, SuSE (10.x, 11.x, 12.2, 13.2), Solaris (8-10), Tru64, MacOS, Raspian
Only two files to recombine? You must have missed the fun of splitting a copy of the kernel source tar archive so that it'd fit on 1.44MB floppies. I'm still running across old AOL floppies that have "xaf", "xag", etc. scrawled across the label.