fiz -V (return code: 1)
Fiz: FATAL: Could not open --version.zoo.
fiz -h (return code: 0)
Fiz is used to help you recover data from a damaged archive. Fiz searches the specified archive for directory entries and stored files, and prints the position of each one found. Each directory entry contains a number that represents the location in the archive where the file is stored; fiz also prints this position. All numbers printed are decimal numbers. Use Zoo version 2.00 or higher to list or extract files in the damaged archive starting at a position identified by fiz. For example, you can start extracting files from archive "badarc.zoo" at position 1098 with the command: zoo x@1098 badarc Zoo will ignore the first 1098 bytes of the damaged archive and you should be able to recover the undamaged files from the rest of the archive. You can also manually specify where to look for the file data with a command like zoo x@1098,1153 which tells zoo to use the directory entry at position 1098, but to get the actual file data from position 1153 (and not from where the directory entry says the data ought to be). See the manuals for fiz and zoo for more details.