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How to create linked files

A linked file is a file that contains a reference to another file or directory. There are two types on links soft and hard. A hard link can not access folders on a different volume, where as soft links can. Here’s how to create soft link files.

ln -s source_file link_name
ln -s /media/Gamma Gamma

Links are removed if the source file is removed or has no other files pointing to it. If you want to remove the link use the unlink commend.

31 Mar 2011 | Tags ( bash files links Linux )

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