I have a bunch of CD-ROM's, each with a bunch of .zip files (containing all
sorts of data). However, I don't have enough free space on my hard drive to
actually unzip all of the CD's.
So: I would like to be able to type "cd /mnt/cdrom", and then "cd file.zip",
and be able to access the files through bash without having to actually
unzip the .zip files - for example, using 'more' to browse through text files
within the .zip file, or 'zgv' for images, or 'lynx' for HTML files.
I know of 'gzcat', but the files I use aren't always text files, and the .zip
files usually contain more than one file.
Do you know of something that I can download to make my life easier, or do
I need to teach myself C?
Thank you for your time,
Daniel Boese, the agnostic Gnostic