rar isn't available for armel/armhf Linux. It's proprietary archiver with closed source and developer didn't compiled it for discussed [KT] platform.
However, unrar utility is provided with sources, so it could be found in compiled form for armel/armhf Linux. As knc1
said, you can extract it from appropriate Debian package.
Debian archive could be searched for needed package at http://http://www.debian.org/distrib/packages
. Or by shortcut: http://packages.debian.org/<package name>.
So, go to http://packages.debian.org/unrar
. As you will see, there is unrar package and it's available for armel (and, starting from Wheezy, for armhf) architecture. Look for most recent version, then press on nearby link, which is looking like: sid (unstable)
(choice of sid
is just example) and you'll land on package page. At the end of page, there is list of links to this package compiled for various architectures. Click on armhf armel
link (thanks to baf
for pointing to advantages of armhf
; but stock Kindle libraries aren't compiled with armhf
ABI, so for dynamically linked binaries one should use armel
-specific variant), and you'll land on page with direct links to package on archive mirrors. Click on any of them and you'll download the package.
.deb package is an ar
archive containing compressed tar
archives (more info
). So if you're ok with using of ar
utilities, you can unpack downloaded .deb, then unpack data.tar.gz
, and you'll find unrar-nonfree
binary at the path usr/bin
. Otherwise, try to look for online services which could unpack ar
(or, maybe, deb