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Re: how to combine 5 WAS 640/linux files into single file?

Hi Friends,

Just now I have downloaded WAS 640/linux files(5) on my laptop. But how to combine these all files into a single file? How to move these files to my linux server?

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks,

Krishna

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2005 at 08:04 AM

    Hi,

    You can combine the files like this:

    <i>Concatenate the five files by opening up the shell and typing in the command: cat NW4_TestDrive.iso_Part_a* > NW4_TestDrive.iso</i>

    So what you must do is to upload your files to the linux server (which you do with FTP or SCP). Then when the files have been transfered you go to the folder where you upload your files and from the shell (command line) give command to concatenate the files into a single file:

    cat NW4_TestDrive.iso_Part_a* > NW4_TestDrive.iso

    Regards,

    Ville

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2005 at 04:17 PM

    Hi Ville,

    Thanks for your help

    Thanks,

    Krishna

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2005 at 12:58 AM

    Hi Ville,

    I have executed the command "cat NW4_TestDrive.iso_Part_a* > NW4_TestDrive.iso" successfully on my linux server. It created an ISO image file like "NW4_TestDrive.iso". But how to read this file?should I burn this iso image on to DVD? Unfortunately my linux server doesn't have DVD burner.

    Please advise in this context

    Thanks,

    Krishna

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