engrampa [Options...] [FILES...]
Engrampa is the official archive manager for the MATE Desktop Environment, it is a graphical front-end to archiving utilities such as tar and zip. It is a fork of File Roller.
Engrampa supports most common operations such as creating, modifying and extracting files from an archive. You can also view the contents of an archive and open files contained within the archive.
This manual page briefly documents the engrampa command.
Specifies the archive file to open when engrampa starts. If this is not specified, engrampa will start with a blank window and you may open an archive from the menu or by using the shortcut CTRL+O.
- -a, --add-to=ARCHIVE
Add files to the specified archive and quit the program
- -d, --add FILE
Add files asking the name of the archive and quit the program
- -e, --extract-to=FOLDER
Extract archives to the specified folder and quit the program
- -f, --extract
Extract archives asking the destination folder and quit the program
- -h, --extract-here
Extract archives using the archive name as destination folder and quit the program
Default folder to use for the '--add' and '--extract' commands
Create destination folder without asking confirmation
X display to use.
- -?, --help
Print standard command line options.
Print all command line options.
Show the application's version.
This program also accepts the standard GTK options.
engrampa -h matelivecd.iso
Extract matelivecd.iso to ./matelivecd in the current working directory.
engrampa ./matelivecd/* -a matelivecd.tar.gz
Create a new gzip compressed tarball archive named matelivecd.tar.gz, containing all the files located in the ./matelivecd directory.
Open matelivecd.tar.gz to view and manipulate its contents.
Should you encounter any bugs, they may be reported at
Engrampa is written by Paolo Bacchilega <email@example.com> and Perberos <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This Man Page has been updated/re-written for the MATE Desktop Environment by
Stefano Karapetsas <email@example.com> (2014) Adam Erdman <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2014)
This manual page was originally written for the Debian Project by Sven Arvidsson <email@example.com>, for File Roller. (2007)