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using unzip... how can you unzip multiple zip files to one directory at the command line.
I have done this before but cannot remember for the life of me how I did it.
Ideas??? I know it must be an option....
??? I have no idea what you are trying to say...
I have read the man pages... but found nothing.
I tried something and it worked...
if there is 20 zip files in a directory and you want to unzip all of them to ...
/usr/share/sword let say. Then here is what I found to work....
unzip \* -d thedirectorywherethefilesaregoing
that will unzip everything...