PEAZIP FOR LINUX X86-64 DOWNLOAD
PeaZip is an
Open Source (LGPLv3) cross platform archiver and file compression
software, manage extraction of
over 180 archive types including mainstream formats like .7z, .arc,
.cab, .gz, .iso, .rar, .tar, .wim, .zip, .zipx.
Software tool allowing to replace WinRar, WinZip and similar utilities
GNU/Linux systems, provides high compression (7Z, ARC, *PAQ), supports
encryption / decryption of several
encrypted archive types, provide secure delete function (permanent, non
recoverable data erasure), compute file hash and checksum to find
duplicate content and verify data integrity, split and join files.
Portable x86-64 is a native build for Linux
x86 64 bit and does not
require ia-32 libraries to be installed in order to work, but please
note some 32 bit-only backend binaries may still require ia-32 libs -
once 64 bit executables are available, they can be freely replaced in
PeaZip's directory due its modular software nature.
"(all)" packages are x86 32 bit build (that consequently requires
ia-32 libraries to run on 64 bit systems) with architecture check
de-activated to allow installation on 64 bit operating systems.
Some package managers may complain of the architecture check being
de-activated in binary packages (i.e. Ubuntu
Software Center will prompt "This package is of bad quality") because
this mechanism is usually employed to pack non-binary content such as
documentation and media rather than applications; this will also raise
similar warning in Lintian, informing that architecture-independent
package contains binary.
You can try alternative package managers like dpkg, apt-get, aptitude,
(GTK2 and Qt DEB, RPM, TGZ) found on
the main GNU/Linux download page can
installed on x86-64 systems if ia-32 libs are present and architecture
check is disabled when installing. Please refer to GNU/Linux main page
for packages dependencies and other detailed information.
FreeDesktop_integration directory in PeaZip directory provides sample
customize integration of installable version, and for system
integration (file associations,
extraction context menu entries, program's icons) of Portable version
so it can fully replace the installable package.
To install PeaZip on Gentoo Linux and integrate it with KDE4 service
menu, you can follow those easy instructions.
If installable versions of PeaZip file compression utility does not
work on the
target machine due dependencies or other incompatibility issues with
package management system, please consider as alternative to replace it
with the Portable
Portable packages (TAR.GZ format) can be simply extracted and launched
starting peazip executable - starting "peazip" binary in console
more feedback in case of problems running the application.
An utter alternative (which can also be used for 7-Zip) can be running
one of PeaZip for Windows packages through Wine
- as for other Windows file compression utilities like Winrar or
WinZip, but with the advantage of replacing proprietary software with