I think you could significantly improve the compression on the odt docs.
tar -c dir | xz -4 -e >> file.tar.xz
If you were really crazy you could use a custom filter chain to knock off
an additional 0.4927232081755619%.
xz -k -C sha256 --lzma2=dict=64MiB,lc=4,lp=0,pb=0,mf=bt4,mode=normal,\
And it only takes my system (64bit 3.2 GHz,)
to complete the above custom filter chain task so it can't be that hard
for an older system to do.
The file I tested this on was a very old file from before I knew much
about computers. I created it because intranet explioter can't manage to save
wiki pages and I was most interested in saving the file on how to create a level.
So it should be freely reditributable and I include it for the interseted.
It's decompressed size is
for the custom filter chain.
I think a savings of about 25% is worth looking into.
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