You can export MySQL database from command line of Linux by using `mysqldump`. By default, the output is in SQL format, so it is good idea to compress it on-the-fly.
During development environment setup we often have a database dump created with **mysqldump** and we need to import it from the command line.
During development environment setup we quite often have a database dump created with mysqldump and in gzip format, and we need to import it from the Linux command line.
A file extension .7z is a compressed file created by 7zip utility. To extract files from it, you can decompress the 7z file with an argument "e".
With zip utility, you can protect a zip file with a password. There are two options to do that, of which the other one is highly insecure.
With 7zip utility in Linux, you can protect a 7z file with a password. There are two options to do that. The other one is more secure than the other.
This tutorial is about to create a 7z file from an entire folder recursively.
If you have a 7z file which content is not known to you, you can view the files inside the 7z file easily.
7zip is a compression/decompression utility program in Linux. With 7zip you can compress single files and folders.
7zip is a compression/decompression utility which can be found in Linux. In Centos 6, it is not installed by default, but you can follow these instructions to get it working within a minute.