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I just needed 7Zip on my Fedora 22 machine, and all I had to do is: sudo dnf install p7zip (version 15.09, release 9.fc22)

7zip, or let's say the Linux port (p7zip) is part of the official repository - no need to have rpmfusion enabled.

After installing it, Gnome's Archiver (File Roller) also understand how to deal with .7z files. No need to install the p7zip-plugins

I just needed 7Zip on my Fedora 22 machine, and all I had to do is: sudo dnf install p7zip (version 15.09, release 9.fc22)

7zip, or let's say the Linux port (p7zip) is part of the official repository - no need to have rpmfusion enabled.

After installing it, Gnome's Archiver (File Roller) also understand understands how to deal with .7z files. No need to install the p7zip-plugins

I just needed 7Zip on my Fedora 22 machine, and all I had to do is: sudo dnf install p7zip (version 15.09, release 9.fc22)

7zip, or let's say the Linux port (p7zip) is part of the official repository - no need to have rpmfusion enabled.

After installing it, Gnome's Archiver (File Roller) also understands how to deal with .7z files. No need to install the p7zip-plugins

For cli use: 7za x <file.7z> or 7za e <file.7z>