In Windows, you can use Winrar to extract split rar files and delete them as you go if you don't have enough disk space. Is there a program that lets you do this in Linux without wine?

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  • fuse-archive

    FUSE file system for archives and compressed files (ZIP, RAR, 7Z, ISO, TGZ, XZ...)

    fuse, mount the rar file (or

  • rar2fs

    FUSE file system for reading RAR archives

    fuse, mount the rar file (or

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  • avfs

    import of existing avfs projekt into github

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