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What is an LZM file?
Compressed module or package file that may contain multiple files; used by Slax, a small and fast Linux operating system; often used for program installation packages.
LZM modules can be created by right-clicking a folder and selecting "Build Slax Module." Unix .TGZ packages can be converted to LZM modules using the tgz2lzm command. LZM modules can be extracted by right-clicking the LZM file and clicking "Extract Slax Module."
NOTE: These commands are only available in the Slax (v6) distribution of Linux.