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Is there anyone heard about KGB-Archiver?
Dear, I have just found this soft on the NET.
It sound unbelievable and really exciting. http://www.icpnet.pl/~tomekpawlak/kgb/en/main.php
I don't know if it would be as popular as .rar or .zip.
Should will it be popular, what linux can be used to extract its archive?
The download page lists a Linux version. But I have never really heard of this software before; and it looks a bit shady, and isn't open-source. Perhaps it will become popular, I dunno. It says it has "high hardware requirements" which my piece of junk certainly doesn't meet, so I'll stick with bzip2 and 7zip for now.