I will indeed go with portable HardDrive instead. There are several threads that discuss that particular question and may have some possible solutions. But I am glad to learn a new thing! Error 1 - Operation not permitted. You are better to download and install the third-party software PowerMyMac - Unarchiver to help you unzip files. The link goes to its web site where you can download it. The Zip files may get corrupted due to virus attack, improper system shutdown, software or hardware problems, hard disk fail etc.
You need to know the uplink rate at that end, too. The appropriate versions are listed on and can be downloaded from the web page. This Zip repair software is capable of repairing 32 and 64 bit Zip archive file created with WinZip tool. See my Mac Malware Guide regarding that topic: Something is probably causing those zip files to become corrupt, but what that might be is hard to say. I have been able to open two zip files over 20 zip files, the smallest ones 4 pictures inside the folder but I cannot open the big zip files 50 pictures inside the folder and of course, I need to open the big folders.
I am unable to expand zip file. I did find a fix for this, though I don't understand it. The software is available as freeware for trial and regular updates will be provided for the product with free of cost. StuffIt is the ultimate file compression utility, the only one you need. Error 1 - Operation not permitted.
The Zip files will display several error messages due to Zip archive corruption. A quick solution and the one that worked for me is to use an app from the App Store called. Error 2 - No such file or directory. PowerMyMac - Unarchiver is indeed a powerful and comprehensive software for you to fix diversities of issues occurring in your use on Mac. Step 02 - Choose Unarchiver After installing PowerMyMac on your Mac, you can check the running status in details of your Mac in Status module, and then choose Unarchiver in ToolKit. You can use the Mac search at the top right and start typing Terminal.
Is there some good mac tool, preferably freeware since it's a one-time-use, that can help me? As it turned out, the uncompressed files were hidden away in a temporary directory, and they were fine, so it's some sort of sandbox error or something. Os x El Capitan 10. Your unzipped files will go to your user account folder which you can easily access using Finder. I was a bit scared I wouldn't be able restore my website once it has been reset. What created the zip files?.
If it is local to your network, simply map the MyCloud as a network drive download and read the MyCloud user manual to find out how to do this and access it with your regular file manager, just like any other disk. Error 1 - Operation not permitted. I keep getting error 2: no such file or directory. Here are instructions: You can install it via MacPorts or Homebrew with these commands, respectively: sudo port install p7zip brew install p7zip Then, to unzip it, use: 7za x file. This folder is located in the same folder as the Archive. By using this repair utility, you can fix several Zip file errors that are encountered when you try to extract or unzip Zip archive. Not the least of which is broadband upload speed from the My Cloud to the internet, to to the speed of the hard drive within the My Cloud.
Have a question about this project? This integrated system is relatively basic, which is why many are also available. If you continue to have difficulty or you have any questions email. One almost never gets the advertised speed when transferring files to or from the My Cloud, locally or remotely. If El Capitan is corrupting the large zip files as its being copied there is, in all likelihood, nothing that can be done to fix the corrupted zip file. For example, if you compress three groups of multiple items in a folder, you end up with files called Archive.
Error 21 - Is a directory. Error 1 - Operation not permitted. To download a large file 4Gb folder it takes about 3 days 72h when it does not stopped in the middle of the downloading process. In my case it happens after it does the decompression, which takes quite a while. But occasionally a funky bug pops up.
Maybe you need to research your purchases more carefully in future, to make sure they meet your needs. It turned out to be that the zip file was encrypted and Archive Utility Default program to extract zip files in Mac is unable to extra encrypted files. Or is there some other cause. You perhaps are once trapped in such a dilemma. Now I am helpless and left with none of the options for fixing the Zip file. It will appear, click on it to open the program.
When encountering a situation that your files are too large to upload, you can consider zipping your files. Others indicate it may be a problem with the Apple extraction utility. One curious aspect of the numbering system is that if you delete the Archive. You also need to understand how you have configured your MyCloud for remote access. See attached screen shot from the Console that shows underlying issue. In the latter case the central directory and zipfile comment will be found on the last disk s of this archive.