Convert RPM to TAR
Online & free tool to convert RPM files to TAR


1) Input file

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0 of 5 files added (up to 300 MB combined)

2) Output format

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3) Convert

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RPM RPM is known primarily as the Red Hat Package Manager and it refers to file extensions such as the .rpm file formats. A baseline package format for the Linux Standard Base, RPM is referred to as the RPM Package Manager and "packages" an arbitrary set of files. It can further contain "binary RPMs" and "source RPMs." Source RPMs contain the source code for producing software packages whereas binary RPMs contain the compiled version of software programs. The benefits of using the RPM Package manager is that it simplifies software installation and maintenance processes, and makes software packages more portable, upgradable, installable and distributable since it "packages" the files in the same location.
TAR The .tar filename was originally designed to be used as a TApe ARchiver to store entire file systems and files as single files on tape storage medium. It was designed by AT&T in 1979. Today, the format more commonly refers to an archive or collation of multiple files into a single file with the .tar filename extension. The format is an open source file archive format commonly associated with the UNIX tar command however other data compression tools are capable of effectively compressing and/or decompressing files saved with the .tar file format. Doing so typically adds the compression filename extension to the archive file for example .tar.bz2.

How to convert RPM to TAR

STEP 1

Select the archive file in the RPM format to convert to the TAR format, you can select a file from your computer or your Google Drive or Dropbox account.                            

STEP 2

Choose the TAR format from the drop-down list as the output format, and click the Convert button, you can convert up to 5 files at the same time and a maximum size of up to 300 MB.

STEP 3

Wait until your file is uploaded and converted into the TAR archive format, you can download the converted file up to a maximum of 5 times, and can also delete the file from the Download page.