UNRAR(1)                                                   UNRAR(1)

     unrar - extract files from rar archives

     unrar <command> [-<switch 1> -<switch N>] archive [files...] [path...]

     This manual page documents briefly the unrar command. 
     This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution 
     because the original program does not have a manual page. 
     Commands and options described here are as of unrar 2.02.

     After the program name comes a command and then optional switches with  
     dashes before them. A summary of commands is included below. For a complete 
     description, run unrar without options.

     e     Extract files to current directory.

     l     List archive content.

     p     Print file to stdout.

     t     Test archive files.

     v     Verbosely list archive.

     x     Extract files with full path.

     NOTE: Every switch must be separated by a whitespace. 
     You cannot put them together.

     -av-   Disable AV check.
     -c-    Disable comments show.

     -f     Freshen files.

     -kb    Keep broken extracted files.

     -ierr  Send all messages to stderr.

     -inul  Disable all messages.

     -o+    Overwrite existing files.

     -o-    Do not overwrite existing files.

            Set password.

     -p-    Do not query password.

     -r     Recurse subdirectories.

     -u     Update files.

     -v     List all volumes.

            Exclude specified file.

            Exclude files in specified list file.

     -x@    Read file names to exclude from stdin.

     -y     Assume Yes on all queries.

    The program is documented fully in Rar.Txt which you find in /usr/doc/rar.
    Options described there are same for rar and unrar.

     This manual page was written by Petr Cech <cech@debian.org> according
     to "unrar -h" for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).