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Your're missing a minus sign before the -O and missed the minus argument for zip: curl -L someURL | tar xzf - -O | zip test.zip - works on my system with curl 7.26.0 tar (GNU tar) 1.26 Zip 3.0


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Instead of extracting downloaded files to standard output using -O option with tar you can extract the downloaded archive with -v option. It will print the extracted filenames with their full path in standard output, pipe that to zip. Your job will be done. curl -L "http://someurl/some.tar.gz" | tar xvzf - | zip -qr /path/to/myfile.zip -@ Here file list ...


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Okay got it, might have been blind... uUing --strip-components=1 does the job for me. Maybe I can help someone else with this question.


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I have get to answer for this unzipping issue I used "xzvf kippo-graph-1.3.tar.gz" and it did the trick everything is fine now thank you guys for the effort


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As for your code: Do not put error messages to STDOUT, there is STDERR for them. Do not forget to enclose filenames (and veriables in general) in quotes. tar xjf $1 would not work if $1 contains spaces. gunzip and bunzip2 without -k (--keep) option delete compressed file after decomressing. Are you sure you want it? GNU tar can detect compression format by ...


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You can install LMMS 1.0.3 in Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 without difficult compilations with ppa:israeldahl/lmms-1.0.3 repository. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:israeldahl/lmms-1.0.3 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install lmms



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