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Version: v.2.1.9 (using KDE 2.2.1 )
Installed from: Mandrake Linux Vitamin
Compiler: gcc version 2.96 20000731 (Mandrake Linux 8.1 2.96-0.62mdk)
OS: Linux (i586) release 2.4.8-26mdk
Hi last time i tried to extract a password-protected zipfile.(zipped with "zip -e xy.ziy xy")
I found out that ark can't extract password-protected zipfiles. Not in konuqeror embeded ark and not in the
real program "ark". It would be a nice feature for further KDE Versions.
Greetings (from Germany)
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My sister just had problems with it too.
And damn this bug report is from 2001 and not even confirmed yet!
> And damn this bug report is from 2001 and not even confirmed yet!
It is confirmed now.
I'll take a look at this issue soon.
*** Bug 65218 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 69188 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I'm not sure if it should be considered a separate bug: if I drag a file from a password-protected zip archive onto my desktop, I don't get an error, but instead, a file of length zero with the corresponding name is created. This is quite misleading to say least - if ark can't handle the extraction, I should get an error. And best, it should support password-protected archives.
I was asked to reproduce this.
ark still opens password protected files as zero-length files.
KDE 3.3 - Still doesn't ask for password.
It is a very annoying problem to me too...
Ark is not able to create password protected files AND is not able to open the one that are created from other programs.
I know that zip files password protextion is weak but still is very used in M$ world (and therefore it is important to be able to deal with it)
It is confirmed also with KDE 3.3.2 on Suse 9.1.
An easy/quick solution could be to allow ArK to shell to zipcloak program which support crypt/decript protection with password.
Please fix this
That one still sucks in KDE 3.4.
Please get it fixed.
There is KArchiver who handles zip archives with password. Maybe the developer of Ark can give a look to its source.
It's not only the zip archives but also the rar archives. It would be great if ark could create and open password protected rar archives.
------- Additional Comment #2 From Henrique Pinto 2003-10-27 15:31 -------
>> And damn this bug report is from 2001 and not even confirmed yet!
>I'll take a look at this issue soon.
When exactly is "soon"?
Created attachment 11074 [details]
Extract password protected .rar and .zip files.
This patch makes it possible to extract .zip and .rar files with password
protection. TODO: Ability to create password protected archives, support for
more file formats and better error messages.
Great! I am already really looking forward to KDE 3.5 which with this and all the other improvements which are on the way should be really another step forward. Will the TODO be also made so that it will be into 3.5?
Thanks a lot!
to extract protected archives, simply open a terminal emu in konqueror and type:
unrar e <file>
simple and quick!
no need to search for graphical solution though i formerly missed this feature too (comfortable like winrar)
That solution is obvious but, I think, not relevant here. Don't forget we're in a bugreport for a *graphical* application. Many end-user don't even know what a terminal is and they shouldn't need it for simple operations like that, even if it's quicker to use than a GUI.
Will the patch submitted be in the official 3.5 version?
What the hell is happening here? This bug is four years old. A major version of KDE has passed and a lot of minor versions too and ark it's still the same as it was on kde2! Except for the crystal icons, ark has not evolved. Look at kpdf, konqueror, and many many more applications. They all have improved a lot and ark it's still hooked in 2001. Today, file-roller is the only real tool for Linux supporting passwords for certain kind of files.
Fredrik: I've taken a look over your patch and it looks ok.
Would you be willing to maintain and improve the code if I commit it to Subversion?
Thiago: Yes, that would be kind of you. I'v already improved my patch a bit (support for archives where some, not all, files are password protected), but I'm on vacation right now so I don't have access to my Linux machine. I'll back in the beginning of August and then I'll work on it more. As the feature freeze for KDE 3.5 is soon, I doubt however I will manage to be ready with the password protected archives creation support in time.
We don't have a set date for the feature freeze, so I'm hoping we can get all the features in. I'm committing the patch as it is now and we'll let people test it. When you have access to your development machine, we'll see about the new features.
*** Bug 109341 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
SVN commit 443809 by fedemar:
* Support for extracting password protected rar and zip archives.
* Add a cancel button to the progress dialog.
* Close the progress dialog if the compress program couldn't be found.
* Close the progress dialog if the user aborted the file-already-exists warning message during the extraction.
M +13 -13 ar.cpp
M +1 -2 ar.h
M +48 -16 arch.cpp
M +15 -5 arch.h
M +0 -1 ark_part.h
M +12 -7 arkwidget.cpp
M +2 -2 arkwidget.h
M +6 -7 compressedfile.cpp
M +1 -2 compressedfile.h
M +9 -10 lha.cpp
M +1 -2 lha.h
M +6 -2 mainwindow.cpp
M +17 -10 rar.cpp
M +2 -2 rar.h
M +9 -10 sevenzip.cpp
M +1 -2 sevenzip.h
M +12 -13 tar.cpp
M +1 -2 tar.h
M +25 -12 zip.cpp
M +2 -3 zip.h
M +9 -10 zoo.cpp
M +1 -2 zoo.h
*** Bug has been marked as fixed ***.
I just tried using it again and still cannot get ark to recognize given password...I was at chocoreve.blogspot and the posted_first_at_chocoreve password causes ark to crash...did I miss out on some added install now needed? I'm using ark 2.6.1 on the latest kde kernel (3.5.1), 2.6.15-1 power-pc...
I have at the same problems with ark. Just can open archives that was built with password. Now I use rar - it is work very good. rar e (name of archiv)
When I tried to extract a .rar file with ark 2.6.1 it asked for the password like it should, but then after working for a while it said the password was wrong and asked it again. `unrar x <file>` worked fine though, so the password was correct. So the bug doesn't appear to be properly fixed yet.
Can you please try with ark 2.6.2 ? This bug was fixed there
It seems to me like this is still not fixed completely, at least not for RAR archives (excuse my winspeak):
There are two kinds of password-protected RAR archives, some require the password to be able to extract files (this works);
the other kind requires the password to be able to view the archive's contents in ark - and if you happen to stumble upon such an archive, ark will quit saying "Error while opening the archive".
The unrar e-workaround posted above works for both kinds of archives...
I just wanted to say how happy i am to find out today that password protected zip archives are now supported in ark! Thanks people!
Ark from trunk (4.1) lost a lot of functionality. Password support is one of unfortunate victims.
*** Bug 146482 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Early support for passwords with rar-files is now available in Ark trunk. As for zip files, libzip which ark currently uses, does not support this, so as of now it cannot be done. I have been looking at some solutions; either import the archive code of infozip, or revive a command-line-based solution, as a fallback for password protected archives.
Using r901634 and rar 3.80, ark manage correctly rar protected files. If I try to extract files from a zip encrypted file, it extract zero-lenght files (but it should have been already reported).
@Finex: as mentioned in the comment just above, libzip, and therefore also ark, has no zip password support as of now.
Indeed, I've simply empirically confirmed it :-)
*** Bug 198685 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Ark now can't manage password protected archive!
Will this feature implemented soon?
at one point, when I was running KDE 3.5, ark would prompt me for a password -- I don't recall what version of ark, unfortunately. As I started to click and drag the files to be decompressed from a zip file in ark, I'd get a password prompt. After typing in the password, I'd get a cursor with the drag icon on it. Then I'd just drop the files in a konqueror window opened to the desired destination.
Now I'm running KDE 4.2.2 and ark 2.12 which does not prompt me for a password. Instead, it appears to unzip the file, but the resulting file is 0k in size.
(Sorry for my bad English)
I cannot open password protected rar-archive.
still going on KDE 4.3.5 Ark version 2.13.....i cannot open any rared, password protected file that has come into my hands using ark....
year 2010, kde 4.4.2, archlinux 2.6.33, ark 2.14, qt 4.6.2, unrar 3.93 and it still does NOT WORK!!
The bug is still open. If it were meant to work, the bug would be closed.
*** Bug 206884 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 242676 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Maybe you could take a look in file-roller 2.14.1 changelog (way back from 04/2006) as the changelog mentions "ask for a password when opening password-protected rar/arj archives" so maybe this could be a starting point how they check the archives how it is password-protected.
And it is needed to distinguish between two cases:
1. extracting a password protected file within an archive (this should work)
2. extracting a password-protected archive (this doesn't work with Ark)
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> Maybe you could take a look in file-roller 2.14.1 changelog (way back from
> 04/2006) as the changelog mentions "ask for a password when opening
> password-protected rar/arj archives" so maybe this could be a starting point
> how they check the archives how it is password-protected.
> And it is needed to distinguish between two cases:
> 1. extracting a password protected file within an archive (this should work)
> 2. extracting a password-protected archive (this doesn't work with Ark)
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Still observing this bug in KDE 4.4.5 with password protected rar files. Unpacking them works by navigating to the folder and typing "unrar e <filename>".
I have uninstalled Ark and i have put up a servicemenu-file for file-roller,
now it works as expected, i.e. rightclick on rar archive -> extract here and when needed it asks for a password. It's not a solution but at least it's working:
$ cat /usr/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/fileroller_servicemenu.desktop
[Desktop Action filerollerExtractHere]
Name=Extract Archive Here
Name[de]=Archiv hierher entpacken
Exec=file-roller --extract-here %F
Still not working in KDE 4.5.0 :(
Damm this Bug is existing since KDE 2.2.1 and still not fixed in 4.5.1
HAHA, I just noticed this bug today and it's been 10 years!!
*** Bug 249651 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 250538 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Hi, I've just e-mailed ark developer, this should clear things up to you
I've removed some people from the CC list who haven't worked on Ark
for quite a few years.
I can see that it's a pretty annoying bug, but it all boils down to
the fact that both Harald and I only maintain Ark when we have some
free time, which can be quite short when one's got university, real
work and real life to take care of ;)
There are some other nasty bugs which also suck (such as not being
able to close Ark while an archive is still being loaded without
crashing it) that we need to fix.
Anyway, thanks for contacting us instead of just going around and
saying "blah blah blah Ark and KDE suck blah blah blah", it is nice to
know people are using Ark :) As soon as we find some time, rest
assured the bug will be fixed.
Hmm , it's really easy to test if an RAR archive is protected or not.
unrar t -p- file.rar
And if it didn't exit in normal status , thus archive with be either password protected or corrupted.
Anyway , i'd look deep into it when i'm being free.
Well, it might be easy if you know the command line. You do not need ark then anyway. But I want to install Linux+KDE on a friends laptop, because he doesn't own a valid windows license. If he ever recieves a password-protected file, he will not be possible to open it, because he really doesn't have any idea of the command line. So please, consider newb use-cases. In my eyes, KDE is very easy to understand WITHOUT having knowledge about how computers work, so it's very newb-friendly. But details like this (can) turn KDE from user-friendly to unfriendly.
Well I still plead on Ark being laid up altogether and a powerful KIO slave created which can create archives and handle them. In 2010 there should not be a distinction between real folders and archives.
But yes, also in 2010 nobody should need to use the console anymore, at least not for such simple tasks.
Changing the default assignee for currently open Ark bug reports to me.
Its the same for me.
First we waited for a version that could open achieves protected by a password, then we got one, now nothing works no more and you have to extract by terminal. I do not need a program that refers me to an other.
I can confirm that in KDE 4.5.5 that Ark does not open password-protected rar files. When the user clicks on a password-protected rar file a new Taskbar entry appears with the spinning throbber, but after some time that Taskbar entry disappears and nothing else happens. No open rar, no password prompt, no dialogue, no message to the user.
Created attachment 56350 [details]
ark handles passwords
ark password dialog box
It's corrent only on some specific type of files.
If an RAR archive is encrypted totally ( -hp ) , Ark would fail , but
other apps like FIle-Roller is un-affected.
rar a -hp test.rar test && ark test.rar
Ark will hang eternally.
Besides , unrar is opensource and avilable on rarlab.com , developers
could fetch and learn how to work it out if they have time and willing
to do it.
For password support to work on zip and rar files again, the first step would probably be to reenable support for KPtyProcess on non-Windows platforms in kerfuffle/cliinterface.cpp -- this would still mean there's no way to input passwords on Windows, though.
Seems it's bit different in trunk now , i just did a upgrade and Ark automatically consider header-encrypted RAR as failure during extraction.
(In reply to comment #62)
> Created an attachment (id=56350) [details]
> ark handles passwords
> ark password dialog box
Sorry, somehow I forgot to add some text.
This screenshot was taken on Arch linux with KDE 4.5.5. The file(s) are extracted correctly, and I wonder, if this bug can _finally_(!) be closed or if the Arch-devs applied some patch to the package.
local/kdeutils-ark 4.5.5-1 (kde kdeutils)
Shouldn‘t we care about the main area of distribution of KDE first, which is Linux? There are more decent packaging programs than this weird ark thing on windows, so no need to port this in the first place. It should just work on Linux, Windows is another story and I doubt anyone would use Ark on Windows anyway because it s…
I just did some tests here, and I was able to extract password-protected 7z, rar and zip files here (I don't think there are other archive formats supported by Ark which can be password-protected).
The only missing bit is header-protected rar files (the ones created with 'rar a -hp<password>'), which is likely to be solved by the KPtyProcess stuff.
(In reply to comment #68)
> I just did some tests here, and I was able to extract password-protected 7z,
> rar and zip files here (I don't think there are other archive formats supported
> by Ark which can be password-protected).
> The only missing bit is header-protected rar files (the ones created with 'rar
> a -hp<password>'), which is likely to be solved by the KPtyProcess stuff.
Tried it too, and it works (except header-protected files). Will this be fixed for linux/bsd in KDE SC 4.6? Would be great.
Summary. Problem with:
- header-protected RAR archives (-hp option)
- 7z arhives with header encryption (-mhe option)
I've pushed some commits to trunk which should fix the remaining issues with header-protected rar and 7z files -- KPtyProcess support is back in non-Windows platforms, and we degrade as nicely as possible on Windows (I just can't check that as I don't have a Windows machine).
I'd appreciate if any of you could give test these commits (namely, r1216556, r1216557, r1216558 and r1216559) and check if everything is OK -- I tested header- and non-header-protected zip, rar and 7z files, and all of them could be listed and extracted properly.
Since these commits are a bit big, I'd like to have someone who hasn't written them to test before backporting to the 4.6 branch.
Tested latest commit on Ark in trunk , header protected RAR now works when
opening with Ark , while Dolphin's service menu isn't luck enough.
Selecting "Extract Here" doesn't work ( i didn't actually any changes on
my screen , no Password dialog , no progress , no files at all )
(I've tested on Gentoo , KDE overlay)
Can you svn up and re-check? r1216762 should have solved the issue.
Yes , it's solved after upgrade , i haven't met any other problems at
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> --- Comment #73 from Raphael Kubo da Costa <kubito gmail com> 2011-01-24
> 17:00:50 ---
> Can you svn up and re-check? r1216762 should have solved the issue.
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There's still one remaining problem I've noticed: when one uses Ark's service menus ("Extract Here" etc) and inputs a wrong password for a header-protected archive, Ark will still try to extract it nonetheless -- for RAR files, this means the progress dialog will be shown together with an 'Invalid Password' dialog, and 7z files make Ark loop forever.
I'll work on this before backporting everything.
*** Bug 266387 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 269665 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 272119 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Ark 2.16 still has problems with encrypted (incl. filenames) 7zip archives.
Opening such an archive, Ark's loading bar is going back and forth, but nothing happens.
@Ettore Atalan: please attach such an archive to the bug. Thanks.
Created attachment 60202 [details]
New crash information added by DrKonqi
ark (2.16) on KDE Platform 4.6.2 (4.6.2) using Qt 4.7.2
- What I was doing when the application crashed:
I was trying to open the following encrypted test.7z archive (password: test).
-- Backtrace (Reduced):
#6 QSemaphore::release (this=0x21, n=1) at thread/qsemaphore.cpp:161
#8 0x00007f4d2a664b22 in Kerfuffle::CliInterface::readStdout(bool) () from /usr/lib/libkerfuffle.so.4
#9 0x00007f4d2a664eeb in Kerfuffle::CliInterface::processFinished(int, QProcess::ExitStatus) () from /usr/lib/libkerfuffle.so.4
#10 0x00007f4d2a66508c in Kerfuffle::CliInterface::qt_metacall(QMetaObject::Call, int, void**) () from /usr/lib/libkerfuffle.so.4
#12 0x00007f4d2813717f in QProcess::finished (this=<value optimized out>, _t1=0, _t2=QProcess::CrashExit) at .moc/release-shared/moc_qprocess.cpp:142
Created attachment 60203 [details]
encrypted test.7z archive (password: test)
Ark crashed trying to open it.
Well, as I said in comment #75, most of the fixes are only present in trunk (soon to be KDE SC 4.7.0), as I have not covered that case I mentioned in the same comment yet. The file attached in comment #82 works fine here, for example.
I'd appreciate if people running trunk could svn up to r1233141 or later and check if everything is working fine -- this mentioned revision should fix what I mentioned in comment #75, even though the error message currently looks quite ugly.
I think everything is minimally in place to mark this bug as fixed, so I'll start checking if things can (and should) be backported to the 4.6 branch.
SVN commit 1234597 by rkcosta:
Backport r1216556, r1216557, r1216558, r1216559, r1216762, r1216763, r1224452, r1233140 and r1233141 (!!).
This should make password support in header-protected archives work again.
As support for password-protected archives with unencrypted headers
was already present, this should finish minimally resolving bug 35371
once more. More work on user-visible messages (status messags, error
messages etc) is probably needed, but not essential.
r1216556 by rkcosta:
cliinterface: Move the qRegisterMetaType code to the constructor.
It is going to be run only once anyway, so it does not make much sense
to run the check in every process call.
r1216557 by rkcosta:
cliinterface: Merge create the process creation and execution methods.
Inpired by what Okular does in its comicbook generator, it also makes
sense for us to remove the process we run in the same method (ie
findProgramAndCreateProcess, createProcess and executeProcess have
been merged: the process is now crated, run and destroyed in the same
method, which makes us not need to wory about deleting the process in
While at it, doKill()'s implementation could also be simplified, as we
waitForFinished() right after calling KProcess::start(), so we need
not call it a few more times in doKill().
r1216558 by rkcosta:
cliinterface: Use KPtyProcess on non-Windows platforms.
Once again inspired by Okular's comicbook generator (and also by Ark's
code circa the 4.2 release, which also seems to have borrowed the same
ideas from Okular), we now use a KPtyProcess on non-Windows platforms.
Some programs (such as unrar) open a TTY in occasions such as showing
password prompts, as they usually use getpass(3).
This is the first step towards supporting header-protected rar and 7z
r1216559 by rkcosta:
cliinterface: Add the PasswordPromptPattern parameter.
Plugins can now specify a regular expression that matches password
prompts, which are now detected by CliInterface.
Header-protected rar and 7z files should be working now.
r1216762 by rkcosta:
archivebase: Run user queries on the internal ListJob.
After the recent commits, a password may be prompted on the archive's first
listing (listIfNotListed()) if the archive is header-protected.
We now process this occasional user query, so Ark does not get stuck when
extracting header-protected files in batch extraction mode.
r1216763 by rkcosta:
cliinterface: Remove m_program, as it is not needed anymore.
r1224452 by rkcosta:
cliinterface: Set the correct boolean value after QEventLoop::exec().
QEventLoop::exec() does not return an int, but a bool, and 0 means it
ran successfully -- however, it will translate into false after the
implicit cast, which is the inverse of what we want.
r1233140 by rkcosta:
cliinterface: Wait a few seconds before killing the process.
In some cases, failOperation() will try to kill an application which
is already in the process of finishing gracefully, so it is better to
wait a few seconds before trying to kill the process.
r1233141 by rkcosta:
cliinterface: Do not reset the password after a wrong one was entered.
This partially reverts r964726. There does not seem to be any solid
reason for resetting the password like this, and there is at least one
reason not to do so: when in batch-extraction mode, addExtraction()
will create a ListJob to check if an archive has a single folder. If
the archive is header-encrypted, it will ask for a password. In case a
wrong password is entered, preserving it means the coming
ExtractionJob will use the wrong password and finally show the
"Incorredt password" error message which was not shown before (and
cancel the forthcoming jobs).
This should fix the issue in comment #75 of bug 35371.
M +3 -0 kerfuffle/CMakeLists.txt
M +8 -0 kerfuffle/archivebase.cpp
M +1 -0 kerfuffle/archivebase.h
M +103 -65 kerfuffle/cliinterface.cpp
M +47 -4 kerfuffle/cliinterface.h
M +2 -0 plugins/cli7zplugin/cliplugin.cpp
M +2 -0 plugins/clirarplugin/cliplugin.cpp
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=1234597
HALLELUJAH!!! 4.7 is going to be great!
*** Bug 277715 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 280176 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
As of 2.17, encrypted zipped files still extract to empty files.
Given that libzip does not support encryption, there are two things we should do:
Report the problem upstream (and post an FTR here).
Until the problem is fixed upstream, use something that works (e.g. the unzip tool in konsole).
(In reply to comment #89)
> As of 2.17, encrypted zipped files still extract to empty files.
It works perfectly fine here. Can you attach a file which isn't extracted correctly?
> Given that libzip does not support encryption, there are two things we should
Ark hasn't used libzip for a few years, we use infozip (ie. the unzip tool).
(In reply to comment #90)
> (In reply to comment #89)
> > Ahem.
> > As of 2.17, encrypted zipped files still extract to empty files.
> It works perfectly fine here. Can you attach a file which isn't extracted
It was a one-time failure. OOM? timeout?
> > Given that libzip does not support encryption, there are two things we should
> > do:
> Ark hasn't used libzip for a few years, we use infozip (ie. the unzip tool).
Oh, that is good.
Created attachment 81182 [details]
New crash information added by DrKonqi
ark (2.19) on KDE Platform 4.10.5 using Qt 4.8.4
- What I was doing when the application crashed:
I sas trying to open a zip file with the wrong pwd.
-- Backtrace (Reduced):
#5 QString::operator= (this=0x90, other=...) at tools/qstring.cpp:1411
#6 0x00007f24595d4e10 in QIODevice::setErrorString (this=this@entry=0x7f244400cd90, str=...) at io/qiodevice.cpp:1614
#7 0x00007f245961d603 in QProcessPrivate::waitForFinished (this=this@entry=0x7f24440010c0, msecs=msecs@entry=5) at io/qprocess_unix.cpp:1233
#8 0x00007f24595d6f6e in QProcess::waitForFinished (this=0x7f244400cd90, msecs=msecs@entry=5) at io/qprocess.cpp:1759
#9 0x00007f245bb06d8b in Kerfuffle::CliInterface::doKill (this=0x149f700) at ../../kerfuffle/cliinterface.cpp:685
I'm on Netrunner 14 with kubuntu-backports enabled and Ark cannot extract password-protected archives. This bug is supposed to be fixed but I have this problem...
Ark don't ask for password and extract a "dummy" file
$ dpkg -l | grep ark
ii ark 4:4.14.2-0ubuntu1~ubuntu14.04~ppa1 amd64 archive utility
$ ark -v
Qt : 4.8.6
Plate-forme de développement de KDE : 4.14.2
Ark : 2.19
Tryed to open a password protected .zip file from dropbox. NO problems. (I just have to remenber the password.) I'm on Kubuntu 14.04, the ark version is 2.19, KDE 4.13.3
Maybe this is related to kubuntu-backports with KDE 4.14.2 ?
What archive type are you trying to extract? Can you attach a sample here?
Created attachment 89533 [details]
Zipped jpg. Password : 123
Any zipped file with a password failed to be extracted.
Here is a sample that doesn't work.
This specific sample you've attached seems to use a more recent archive format than infozip (which provides the zip and unzip commands) supports. If I invoke unzip manually on Debian sid, I get this:
skipping: turntable-music-hd-wallpaper-1920x1080-1781.jpg need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v4.6)
Now if I create a sample encrypted zip archive myself (zip -e foo.zip turntable-music-hd-wallpaper-1920x1080-1781.jpg) and then try to extract it with Ark, I also get an empty archive. This is most likely caused by Debian having patched Ark to use libarchive instead of the infozip backend for zip files, and there's no code in the libarchive backend to handle passwords. Distros like Ubuntu and NetRunner then inherited this patch.
This is a downstream problem, and I'd start with pinging your distro about this issue. Meanwhile, one workaround would be adding "application/zip;" back to the "MimeType" line in /usr/share/kde4/services/kerfuffle_clizip.desktop and then running "kbuildsycoca4".
Ok thank you very much.
I will show your answer to Netrunner support.
Ubuntu and therefor Netrunner do not use the libarchive patch by debian and so use the infozip backend provided by upstream.
So that shouldn't be the problem here.
Are you sure? I still see it there: https://bazaar.launchpad.net/~kubuntu-packagers/kubuntu-packaging/ark/files/head:/debian/patches/
I am talking about this package here: http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/ark
... Which has KDE 4.13. http://packages.ubuntu.com/utopic/ark already incorporates the patch from Debian, and Jeremy was using a backports repository that probably also does.
It might be the case that NetRunner's official packages are based on an older Ubuntu release (I'm guessing, since I don't use NetRunner myself), but from the Ubuntu commit logs the packagers seem to be periodically syncing from Debian without disabling this patch.
In any case, isn't that totally out of scope for this _resolved_ bugreport?
Ark asks for the password correctly. Granted, it could show an indication that the used backend couldn't handle the archive format, but that would be something for a separate report, no?
I'm sorry to say that i just tried to open a password protected zip file on kubuntu 15.04 beta and ark didn't show me a password dialog.. it just extracted the zipped pdf file and the file was unreadable..
using a terminal and "unzip" i got this error message:
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skipping: KL_1.pdf need PK compat. v5.1 (can do v4.6)
unzipping with a terminal and 7zip works fine but isn't really a solution for every user
since ARK should at least show a "password dialog" and/or show an error message i suggest to reopen this bug :(
Ark does NOT ask for password in order to extract password-protected zip files
Using Ark Version 2.19
Using KDE Development Platform 4.14.2
$ zip -r -P mypassword TestFile.zip TestFile.pdf
Option 1) Open zip file with Ark GUI, extract file.
Option 2) $ ark -b TestFile.zip
Both Options produce an invalid (unreadable) pdf file.
Ark does NOT ask for password in order to extract password-protected zip files.
- Ark 2.19
- KDE Development Platform 4.14.2
- Linux Mint 17.1
$ zip -r -P mypassword TestFile.zip TestFile.pdf
Option 1) Open zip file with Ark GUI, extract file.
Option 2) $ ark -b TestFile.zip
Both Options produce an invalid (unreadable) pdf file.
Ark does not ask for a password when extracting password protected archives, resulting extracted files to be unreadable.
KDE Development Platform: 4.14.6
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 15.04
This problem happen because of the use of libarchive plugin in debian and ubuntu.
The use of libarchive plugin is required because of this kind of problem :
But that cause some other problems like this one and this other one :
I think that we should avoid the use of libarchive plugin with Ark and for this to happen Ark have to be fixed (https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=319712).
Good news, the Debian Patch that made Ark use libarchive plugin have been removed from Kubuntu!
So now Ark can extract password-protected archives on Kubuntu. But it seems to don't always work.
If you try to create a password-protected archives with Ark or try the attachment "encrypted test.7z archive (password: test)" it will work.
But if you try the attachment "Zipped jpg. Password : 123" it won't.
I wanted to thank you guys to have fixed these bugs bug 319712, bug 348944 and this one.
That said Ark can't extract attachment "Zipped jpg. Password : 123". It ask for password but don't seem to do anything. The archive was created with file-roller on Netrunner 14 I think.
Tested on Manjaro with ark 15.08.3.
For the record, according to this comment from Elvis, the attachment "Zipped jpg. Password : 123" can be extracted with Ark 15.12 using the default prefered p7zip backend for zip archives.
For those on Mint 17 KDE (= Kubuntu 14.04), the workaround proposed by Raphael Kubo da Costa in comment #98 works.
I quote it for reference:
"... one workaround would be adding "application/zip;" back to the "MimeType" line in /usr/share/kde4/services/kerfuffle_clizip.desktop and then running "kbuildsycoca4"."