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author Patrick J Volkerding <volkerdi@slackware.com>2018-05-25 23:29:36 +0000
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patches/packages/glibc-zoneinfo-2018e-noarch-2_slack14.1.txz: Rebuilt. Handle removal of US/Pacific-New timezone. If we see that the machine is using this, it will be automatically switched to US/Pacific.
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-<h1 class="SECT1"><a id="ARCHIVE-FILES-BZIP2" name="ARCHIVE-FILES-BZIP2">15.2 <tt
-class="COMMAND">bzip2</tt></a></h1>
-
-<p><tt class="COMMAND">bzip2</tt>(1) is an alternative compression program installed on
-Slackware Linux. It uses a different compression algorithm from <tt
-class="COMMAND">gzip</tt>, which results in some advantages and some disadvantages. The
-main advantage for <tt class="COMMAND">bzip2</tt> is the compressed file size. <tt
-class="COMMAND">bzip2</tt> will almost always compress better than <tt
-class="COMMAND">gzip</tt>. In some instances, this can result in dramatically smaller
-files. This can be a great advantage for people on slower modem connections. Also
-remember, when downloading software from a public ftp server, it's generally good
-netiquette to download the <tt class="FILENAME">.bz2</tt> files instead of the <tt
-class="FILENAME">.gz</tt> files, as this results in less overhead for the generous people
-hosting the server.</p>
-
-<p>The disadvantage to <tt class="COMMAND">bzip2</tt> is that it is more CPU intensive
-than <tt class="COMMAND">gzip</tt>. This means that bzipping a file will generally take
-longer and will use more of the CPU than gzipping the file would. When considering which
-compression program to use, you must weigh this speed vs. compressed size and determine
-which is more important.</p>
-
-<p>The usage of <tt class="COMMAND">bzip2</tt> is nearly identical to <tt
-class="COMMAND">gzip</tt>, so not much time will be spent discussing it. Like <tt
-class="COMMAND">gunzip</tt>, <tt class="COMMAND">bunzip2</tt> is identical to <tt
-class="COMMAND">bzip2 -d</tt>. The primary difference in practical usage is that <tt
-class="COMMAND">bzip2</tt> uses the <tt class="FILENAME">.bz2</tt> extension.</p>
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-<samp class="PROMPT">%</samp> <kbd class="USERINPUT">bzip2 <var
-class="REPLACEABLE">filename</var></kbd>
-<samp class="PROMPT">%</samp> <kbd class="USERINPUT">bunzip2 <var
-class="REPLACEABLE">filename.bz2</var></kbd>
-<samp class="PROMPT">%</samp> <kbd class="USERINPUT">bzip2 -9 <var
-class="REPLACEABLE">filename</var></kbd>
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