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7-Zip for Linux

7-Zip for Linux, does such a thing exist?

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Guest [Entry]

"If you use Debian or Ubuntu it is in the standard repositories (packages.ubuntu***/trusty/p7zip), so you can install it with as little as:

aptitude install p7zip

Or for the full version that includes archive creation and other format support (packages.ubuntu***/trusty/p7zip-full):

aptitude install p7zip-full

There are no doubt packages for it in the official repositories for most other distributions too, probably with the same package names."
Guest [Entry]

You can always run 7-Zip in Wine. It runs flawlessly.
Guest [Entry]

As far as I recall the Gnome Archive Manager has built-in support for 7-Zip.
Guest [Entry]

The default archive manager in GNOME and Xfce supports read/writing 7-Zip files (I'm assuming it's builtin).