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Unpacking .rar files (PC VS. Mac)


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simple enough question. I have a .rar file, and I unpack it with my mac, and I get some other type of file, e.g. a dmg.. But then I take that same .rar file and unpack it with a pc. is it possible that that file will turn out to be a different type? E.G. an iso file?
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no, if it is a .dmg. It is mac.

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No it stays as .dmg as the file was made for mac.
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