I have not used p7zip, but HP-UX has a native zip command on it.   The thing is 
PDFs are pretty well compressed so you may not gain much disk space back.


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Subject: [U2] Compressing PDFs

HPUX, UniData & SB:

After a bunch of work, I have a UNIX directory that has a bunch of PDFs.

I wish to bundle these PDFs up into a 7zip formatted compressed file.  I see 
that there is a ported version of the Windows version of 7zip for UNIX called 

Has anyone installed p7zip and if so, what else needed to be installed with it? 
 Is it stand-alone or is it dependent on other software packages being loaded 


Does anyone have a simple way for UNIX to run the Windows command line version 
of 7zip against my UNIX PDF directory?


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