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    Decompression Help. lzna?

    Hi there,

    I would like to ask you if you could have a look at a file of mine and tell me if you can see which kind of compression it uses.
    My best guess would be oodle's kraken/lzna, but actually i am kind of lost at the moment.

    there are two files inside my attached archive:
    w64_bootstrap_activities_0156_0.pkg - main package file. can contain multiple files (soundfiles, textures, picture, etc).
    w64_bootstrap_activities_0156_0.dat - one file dumped out of the package file.

    I tried to use unkraken for it ( https://github.com/powzix/kraken ), but i either get "size error" or "file too large" error, which i assumes is caused by a different kraken/lzna version (in case it is really compressed with this algorithm).

    ANY help here would be highly appreciated.

    Thanks a lot,
    Ginsor
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    powzix kraken needs a 32-bit unpacked size before compressed data - that could be the reason for "size error".
    But to me it doesn't look like oodle data at all.
    Are you sure its not lzma or something? Or could it be encrypted?

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    in a previous version of that file, they used LZHLW for the compression, would that be a possibility too?
    if so, is there any public decompressor for it?

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