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You might check whether or not the C10 .bin file is actually a TerraSolid file. PDAL provides a reader for TerraSolid .bin plus numerous other point cloud formats.
For Linux systems (maybe also elsewhere), there is "fuse-zip". https://bitbucket.org/agalanin/fuse-zip/ "fuse-zip is a FUSE file system to navigate, extract, create and modify ZIP and ZIP64 archives based on libzip implemented in C++. With fuse-zip you really can work with ZIP archives as real directories. Unlike KIO or Gnome VFS, it can be used in any ...
As I am on OS X, I created a compressed .dmg (read-only) image which contains the mapsets a link to ./../grassAnalysis which is a read-write mapset located at the same directory of the mount point This reduces the several million files to one file (the .dmg) and reduces the space required from 200 GB to around 100 GB. This is not yet ideal, but the ...
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