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The Linux and Unix Links: The Symbolic Links versus The Hard Links

A link is a reference to another file, giving the file multiple names and allowing it to be in more locations at once. There are two kinds of links: symbolic links (also known as symlinks or soft links) and hard

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Just Another Symbolic Link Article

This is another symbolic link article. I have previously written a short article on how to create symlink and hard links here. To read the other Unix and Linux link related articles, go here. Symbolic Link: The symbolic links indicate

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How to create symbolic links and hard links in Linux/Unix

The hard links and the symbolic links, also known as symlinks or soft links are the link files in Unix and Linux systems. A link points to a file and when clicked, it will open the targeted file. The symlink

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