GNOME Split is a simple tool that allows you to split files and merge them back. It is written in Java and uses a GTK+ user interface. GNOME Split 0.6 codenamed Bengal Tiger has been released recently.
- Split and merge using the GNOME Split, Xtremsplit or KFK file format.
- Split and merge using a generic file format (like "split" and "cat" tools).
- File integrity verification using the MD5 algorithm.
- Notifications to show the end of a split or a merge.
- Walk throughs to make split and merge easy for new users.
Install GNOME Split 0.6 in Ubuntu Karmic and Ubuntu Lucid
- Open Terminal(Applications - Accessories - Terminal) and copy-paste the following line. Give password when prompted.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnome-split-team/ppa
- Now install Gnome Split file splitter application in Ubuntu.
- Again, open Terminal(Applications - Accessories - Terminal) and copy-paste the following lines one by one.
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gnome-split
Some GNOME Split Screenshots
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