This is the command lsar that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
lsar - list archive file contents
lsar [OPTION]... ARCHIVE...
List the contents of ARCHIVEs.
Print more information about each file in the archive.
Print all available information about each file in the archive.
Test the integrity of the files in the archive, if possible.
-p, -password PASSWORD
The password to use for decrypting protected archives.
-e, -encoding ENCODING
The encoding to use for filenames in the archive, when it is not known. If not
specified, the program attempts to auto-detect the encoding used. Use "help" or
"list" as the argument to give a listing of all supported encodings.
-E, -password-encoding ENCODING
The encoding to use for the password for the archive, when it is not known. If not
specified, then either the encoding given by the -encoding option or the auto-
detected encoding is used.
Print the auto-detected encoding and the confidence factor after the file list.
Instead of specifying the files to list as filenames or wildcard patterns, specify
them as indexes.
Print the listing in JSON format.
Print the listing in JSON format, encoded as pure ASCII text.
Do not attempt to list the contents of archives contained in other archives. For
instance, when listing a .tar.gz file, only list the .tar file and not its
Display help information.
Print version and exit.
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