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WineRar

   0.52  

KDE Service Menu

Score 69%
WineRar
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.x and KDE 4.x
Downloads:  4750
Submitted:  Oct 9 2007
Updated:  Aug 6 2010

Description:

This is a servicemenu which allows integration with WinRar via Wine.

Requirements:
* Kde 3.5.x+konqueror OR kde4+dolphin
* Wine (tested with 0.9.46)
* Winrar installed under "c:\program files\winrar\winrar.exe" (Tested with winrar version 3.71)

Installation
KDE4:
Copy winerar_kde4.desktop file to ~/.kde4/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/

KDE3:
Copy winerar_kde3.desktop file to ~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/

Usage
Right Click on a bunch of files and go to the submenu "WineRar"

ToDo
* Support for extracting multivolume archives (by now, you'll have to select the second volume (simply go up one level) as winrar didn't find by himself)
* More Translations
* Ideas?




Changelog:

6-Aug-2010
*Small fix in quick compress line and utf-8 strings for kde4 version.

15-Sep-2009
*Uploaded a modified version which works with dolphin+kde4

09-Oct-2007
*First 0.5a Release
11-Oct-2007 0.5b
* Fixed a Bug which prevented to create archives from folders.
12-Oct-2007 0.51b
* Fixed a silly Bug which prevented to use the "Compress..." item, sorry for that.
15-Oct-2007 0.52b
* Extract to subfolders was broken due to the "-iext" option ; Removed and fixed.
* Replaced "\" -> "\\" (solves a compatibility problem with kubuntu, 10x ziavenera)
* Added "Open with winrar"
* Added "Fix the Archive"

Languages:
* Added italian and Spanish Translations
* Added Polish Language (Jarek)
* Added France Language (Tanguy Yannick)
* Added German (Deutsch, de) Language (lu330)
* Added Turkish translation (maidis)
* Fixed some non-utf8 letters in spanish translation.




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 Good for new ones

 
 by cherusker on: Mar 24 2008
 
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Thanks for this, I love it! I usually install it when a friend wants to be converted from windows to linux. And with WineRAR he is then able to extract rar-archives that come with a password. Great! :-)


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 Re: Good for new one

 
 by tingtongfarang on: May 20 2008
 
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From Konsole, "unrar e password_protected_file.rar" and it will prompt you for the password.


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 Re: Re: Good for new one

 
 by Smarre on: May 22 2008
 
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But it isn't gui packet. windows users doesn't know anything about unix shells.


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 Re: Re: Re: Good for

 
 by 747419 on: May 23 2008
 
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I get the point, but still... shouldn't that be even one more reason to explain the command-line instead of installing Winrar and run it via an "emulator"? N00bies also do not know the Gimp, Konqueror or Pidgin as well - so what? Should they be provided with Photoshop, IE and um... whatever messenger there is for Windows?

The command-line fast, useful and usually provides more functions than their GUI-pendants. The sooner one will use it, the better.


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 !

 
 by nknknk on: May 20 2008
 
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nice... it works... thanks...


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 if gui is needed

 
 by blueSceaDa on: May 27 2008
 
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why not work with the ark or karchiver people and implement password options for unrar'ing ... would be really better :/


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 7zip

 
 by Dementei on: Aug 27 2008
 
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To have such a 7zip it would be just wonderful.


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 Kubuntu 9.04

 
 by ThomasS2k on: May 17 2009
 
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For use in Kubuntu Jaunty just edit the file and change [Desktop Entry] to this:

[Desktop Entry]
Type=Service
ServiceTypes=KonqPopupMenu/Plugin
Actions=Open_With;_SEPARATOR_;Extract_Here;Extract_Sub;Extract_files;_SEPARATOR_;QuickCompress;Compress_files;_SEPARATOR_;Repair
MimeType=all/all;
X-KDE-Submenu=WineRar
X-KDE-Priority=TopLevel

# and put it in /usr/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus


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 Bad

 
 by vkos on: Nov 6 2009
 
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Vote bad because this program encourages people use non-free software.


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