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    Default No RAR path???

    I just tried to open a rar file using ark and i recieved this error message.

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    Default Re: No RAR path???

    If you have rar and unrar installed - it's just right click extract or compress
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    I don't understand.... I have never had to do this before with suse.

    Is this a new thing for suse 11.1?



    ps. How do I install the rar and unrar?

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    Default Re: No RAR path???

    Go to yast software and search for rar

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrenderSUSE View Post
    I don't understand.... I have never had to do this before with suse.

    Is this a new thing for suse 11.1?



    ps. How do I install the rar and unrar?
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    Thanks for the reply I will have to try that out!

    ps. I dont know how but my quote is wrong.. it is from a kubuntu forum that I was posting in at the same time.

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    Seems to be working! Thanks for all the help


    ps. I guess openSUSE use to install the rar package by default and now does not for reasons I can not imagine.

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    Default Re: No RAR path???

    Quote Originally Posted by wrenderSUSE View Post
    ps. I guess openSUSE use to install the rar package by default and now does not for reasons I can not imagine.
    It's not open source so it doesn't fit in with the rest of openSUSE, that's probably why.
    Although I'm not sure under which license the unpack part falls, the compressing part is at least proprietary
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