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Support June 14, 2016 15:04 THIS LEGACY VERSION (ZIP) OF THE COURSE PLAYER IS OUTDATED AND NO LONGER RECOMMENDED. SEE OUR NEW TRUEFIRE COURSE PLAYER DESKTOP APP (WINDOWS/MAC) -- On Macs, you should simply be able to mac unable to expand zip error 1 double click on the zipped folder to unzip. If the files almost completely
Unsupported Compression Method 99unzip then a small window pops up:"Unable to unarchive into Desktop" (Error 1 - Operation not permitted.) or "Decompression Failed"then
User Account Folder Macfollow the steps below for alternative unzipping processes. First, double check to make sure the file has fully downloaded. If the file size has fully downloaded then there are two options to overcome
Can't Unzip File Macthis error message. 1- Unzip in Terminal One solution is to use Terminal, a built-in program on the Mac. 1) Open Terminal. You can use the Mac search at the top right and start typing Terminal. It will appear, click on it to open the program.2) Type “unzip” and a space, then drag/drop the zip file into the Terminal window. 3) Press Enter and the zip file archive utility error 17 file exists will be unzipped, storing all files on your computer.Your unzipped files will go to your user account folder which you can easily access using Finder. 2- Use Zipeg to Unzip Another option would be to use a different program to unzip the course. Some Mac users, find better luck using Zipeg: http://www.zipeg.com to unzip the course. -- Use the TrueFire Course Player: Desktop app (Recommended!) All that being said, we have a new installed player which we recommend all customers use in place of the legacy standalone zip folders. The new TrueFire Course Player: Desktop app is a one-time installed program which allows you to access your entire course library of lessons from one centralized location. You can download on-demand or in bulk for full offline access. You do not need to worry about downloading separate standalone course folders with separate video players. You can learn more about the new TrueFire Course player and download at: www.truefire.com/apps Was this article helpful? 2 out of 3 found this helpful Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Have more questions? Submit a request Related articles Using the Course Player: Desktop App (Windows & Mac) Install the TrueFire Course Player: Desktop App (Mac) Wor
Only: How to Unzip a File (Fixing Mac Error 1 - Operation Not Permitted) TourVista SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe6565 Loading... Loading... Working... Add to Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Sign in Share More Report Need to report unable to expand tar.gz operation not permitted the video? Sign in to report inappropriate content. Sign in Transcript Statistics 42,236 views 109 download zipeg Like this video? Sign in to make your opinion count. Sign in 110 6 Don't like this video? Sign in to make end of central directory signature not found your opinion count. Sign in 7 Loading... Loading... Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Loading... Loading... Rating is available when the video has been rented. This feature is not available right now. Please try again https://truefire.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/200200576-Can-t-Unzip-Operation-not-permitted-or-Decompression-Failed-Mac- later. Published on May 9, 2012We love our Macs. But occasionally a funky bug pops up. Fortunately, there's usually a helpful explanation online that shows you a good work-around.This video demos how to get past the "Error 1 - Operation Not Permitted" error that occurs when trying to unzip a zip file created at TourVista.com.The solution is to use Terminal, a built-in program on the Mac. Type "unzip" and drag/drop the zip file into https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6--dQQ9U1fs the Terminal window. Press Enter.Your unzipped files will go to your user account folder which you can easily access using Finder. Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. Up next Unzipping Files on Mac OSX - Duration: 2:57. Dreaming Tree 12,503 views 2:57 Unzipping Files on a Mac OS X - Duration: 1:34. Steve Fallon 2,961 views 1:34 Terminal Lesson 10 - Zip and Unzip Files and Folders | Encrypted Zip Files - Duration: 5:08. allthingseducational 3,179 views 5:08 Tutorial: How to unzip files on Mac. - Duration: 1:11. F2K5 55,707 views 1:11 232 videos Play all Buzzfeed Tasty All VideosAbbie MUSSEN How to Zip and Unzip Files on Mac-El Capitan - Duration: 3:06. SuperLaptopMac 858 views 3:06 How to zip & unzip files in Mac? - Duration: 6:09. Technofare 1,306 views 6:09 Downloading Zip Files on a Mac - Duration: 2:38. DJNaydee 40,586 views 2:38 How to get passed (Error 1 - Operation not permitted Mac - Duration: 2:19. Professor Drone 904 views 2:19 How to fix File Permissions errors on a Mac with a free App in Yosemite 2015 - Duration: 3:43. Shani Jaf 4,685 views 3:43 How to Zip and Unzip a File on your Mac - Duration: 1:48. iTutorials
as a zip. My guess is the zip file is being corrupted? Or is some setting I need to setup?Most of the files can be fairly large 10-25mb each and anywhere from 1 file up to 1000. Even smaller batches of 1-2 files are throwing this error to some http://forums.gleamtech.com/4424/error-1-operation-not-permitted users."Error 1 - Operation not permitted".If you have any info to help, I would appreciate it! Let me http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/135853/error-opening-a-zip-file-no-such-file-or-directory/135859 know if there is anything you need from me. Thanks! Dustin B. 6/28/2012 8:31 AM I should note that the error is being thrown when they have downloaded the file completely and are trying to unzip it. Dustin B. 6/28/2012 8:31 AM I guess you are getting this error on Mac only. Please try to extract the same downloaded zip file on a Windows system to see if it's error 1 actually corrupted. Actually in v3.1, we had improved compatibility with Mac Archive Utility which seems to be picky about zip formats. We had tested on Snow Leopard and Lion and we hadn't noticed any problems. Let me know. Cem Alacayir 6/28/2012 12:24 PM Yes, our clientele is almost 90% MAC based which most errors have been coming from. I don't think they would be keen to switching to a PC though. :)Is there something we can do to improve the compatibility? Dustin B. 6/28/2012 12:31 PM No you unable to expand misunderstood, Mac compatibility is important for us too and we already fixed the zip issues back in v3.1. Current version is 3.2. I only said you should test the same zip file on Windows (if available) to find out if the zip was corrupted during transmission or if it was only a problem with Mac Archive Utility. I didn't mean switch to Windows :)As I said, with our testings the zip files are extracted without problem on Max OSX Snow Leopard and Lion. So you need to provide more information like the Mac OSX version and the results with other unzippers like Stuff-it on Mac. For instance, I bet you will be able the extract the same zip file from Terminal on Mac. Archive Utility is buggy especially on older Mac OSX versions. Cem Alacayir 6/28/2012 1:10 PM Hi Cem,I hate to say it, but very few of our customers can unzip the files after downloading. The downloads are completing fully. They are all on Mac OSX. All different versions, both SL and Lion. Even if the files are only around 100mb. It's common the zips can reach into the 700+mb range as well. This was a huge selling point for us as zipping up files was taking a huge part of our workflow.If you have access to mac, please do some more testing on larger file sizes. There may be a problem with the sizes?Please let me know any information you find. I need to keep my customers happy and the complaints are rolling in! Appreciate any help!
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