First you will need the 'rar' command: $ sudo apt-get install rar
The code snippet below will make 47.7MB split rar files of 'Home.Movie.iso'...
rar: is what runs the program.
a: adds the file to an archive
m5: defines the compression level. Ranges from 0 (fastest with least amount of compression) and 5 (slowest with more compression).
v47.7m: splits the rar parts into 47.7MB files
vn: uses the old naming format (.rar, .r00, .r01, etc.)
Archived.Home.Movie: the file naming structure for the rar files to follow.
Home.Movie.iso: the file (or directory) you want to archive.
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