How to Unzip and Zip Files on Linux (Desktop and Command Line)
How do you zip a file in Linux? How do you unzip a file in Linux? .zip files are used all over the place. They are used for downloading files and data from the Internet, for compressing data to space, for backups. They are ubiquitous. There are some variants including 7zip and gzip, and in the this video I will show you how to work with them all in Linux, on the desktop and on the command line.
Via: Gary Explains