To split file into pieces, we use the split filename --bytes=1300000
General syntax: split filename --bytes=[number of bytes]
Example: split sendmail.tar.bz2 --bytes=130000
After splitting, we will get these files xaa, xab, ... and so on.
I would like to ask you, how can I merge all these files back?
Thank you so much for your assistance.
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I have SuSE 8.2, all the latest updates and patches.
Whatever I do with YaST (the GUI version, v2.7.30-1) it always goes into an
endless loop of "abandon all changes" dialogs, regardsless what I was using
YaST for and regardless of whether I click OK or cancel in the "abandon all
changes" dialogs. It's even impossible to quit YaST.
The problem doesn't occur with the text version.
Trying to install 8.2 I have been struggling for half a day.
Of course safe setting, first trying to update my 8.1 and as that was
not functioning a new install. Everytime it stalls at the time when
the propositions are made for the software choices.
It does not show anything even after a long wait.
Trying to update via Yast in the 8.1 install does show the old
software and the new software but proposes no new packages to update.
So now I am suspecting a small defect on the first cd.
Is there a method to check this, e.g checksum or so?