File compression app for Linux on
PeaZip is a cross platform, Open
Source file compression
application (similar to utilities like Ark,
FileRoller) for Linux
on ARM, supporting aarch64 ARM 64 bit architecture.
PeaZip manages most common archive types, open and extract 7Z, ISO,
RAR, TAR, ZIP files supporting a total of more than200 archive types.
The application provides support for high compression (PPMDd, LMZA, LZMA2 algorithms for creation of 7Z archives, and ZPAQ)
and fast file compression (Brotli,
encryption (AES, Serpent, Twofish), advanced file management
features (secure deletion,
checksum/hash of files),
and same user friendly GUI on MS Windows, macOS, and on various
Linux and BSD, supporting Gnome, KDE, Mate, Cinnamon, XFCE, and other
Extraction of RAR archives
(Unrar) is supported out of the box,
including archives compressed with the new RAR5 standard, not
requiring downloading add-ons.
GTK2 for aarch64 Linux download notes
for aarch64 architecture is available as Portable package, no
installation is required to run the application.
All what is needed is to extract the downloaded package to the desired
folder, and the application is ready for use.
Depending on your machine's security settings, you may be required to authorize the download of the application's
package, and/or to be required to authorize the app the first time it is
If the application does not run due to unsatisfied dependencies, i.e.
GTK2 libraries, you can run the app in console to get more feedback
about the missing libraries and how to install them - always refer to
your system's tools to install missing dependencies
To remove the app no uninstallation is needed: it is sufficient
to delete the application's folder.
It is possible to integrate PeaZip (in context menu, app launchers, app
list...) into desktop environments following the Free Dasktop
standard as Gnome, KDE; XFCE and derivate DEs.
Linux aarch64 build is here available as Portable package built for
GTK2 widget set, there are alternative build for aarch64 I are aware
of, made available from third parties as Flathub's
Flatpak, opeSUSE / Mageia RPM,
which are built for GTK2 and Qt5 widget sets.
Also, it is possible to compile the
application form sources (LGPLv3 open source license) with
FPC/Lazarus IDE, which targets many more Operating Systems,
architectures, and widget-sets.
Another native build for aarch64 machines is
currently available for Darwin / macOS.
ARM 32 BIT
available as user contributed port of PeaZip file compression
GNU/Linux for ARM CPU
architecture, thanks to Arucard1983
contribution. This port of PeaZip is also discussed in a thread
on Lazarus / FreePascal forum, the best place to discuss coding related
Please note PeaZip for
ARM is not a native Google Play Store APK app
Android (or ChromeOS): PeaZip file compression utility will run
on the GNU/Linux for ARM
systems (requiring a rooted machine) rather than running on the
Applications stack (Dalvik virtual machine), as required for Store
PeaZip for ARM
PeaZip Portable for Linux ARM requires a (physical or virtual) machine
with ARM CPU architecture - i.e.
Apple Silicon Macintosh machines, chrooted Android or ChromeOS, or
Android emulators (e.g. running the
emulator on x86/x86_64 CPU).
Running on x86
Although there are native x86 / x86-64 versions, you can test the ARM
version on ARM emulators on x86 to
check and debug potential problems.
You can in example create a chrooted Debian or Ubuntu ARM system, or
follow those instructions.
Synopsis: Download page
of PeaZip for ARM Linux, cross platform Open Source file compression
application for aarch64, armv7. Free Software application to manage 7Z
ISO RAR TAR ZIP files and many more compression formats.
Topics: PeaZip for
aarch64, PeaZip for arm builds download
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