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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
Explain it with proper e.g (4 Replies)
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Soft link,Hard link brief explanation (1 Reply)
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I have a file with more than 1 layers of soft links for it. For ex.
ls -la .profile
.profile@ -> /home/act/.profile_abc
/home/act/.profile_abc@ -> .profile_final
I want to get the name of the last file (i.e. .profile_final) when I refer to .profile using shell script. I... (2 Replies)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have a directory made up of many symbolic links to folders multiple file systems.
I want to return folders modified within the last 50 days, but find is using the link time rather than the target time.
find . -type d -mtime -50
Is there a way to either:
a) Make a symbolic link... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: earls
5. Shell Programming and Scripting
the install routine puts automatically the servername "SERVER" in the symlink like:
hello.txt --> /SERVER/usr/lpp/hello.txt
world.txt --> /SERVER/usr/lpp/world.txt
... but i need to change this symlinks (without servername) to:
hello.txt --> /usr/lpp/hello.txt
world.txt -->... (3 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have scoured the entire forum for this but to no avail unfortunately. Basically, I would like to remove my symbolic link from my folder name i.e.
foldername -> /a/b/c/d/f
where f is indeed a folder. I have tried rmdir but this does not work and in actual fact deletes the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: cyberfrog
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I am accessing a file on nfs mounted device, after completing using of the file, i am tring to restore the access time and modification times of the file.
So i got the previous modified time of the file using stat() function and trying to set the date and time for the file, To set these... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: deepthi.s
I am linking a directory as follows:
ln -sf /home/xxx/userid/real_files/* /home/xxx/userid/linked_files
This gives me symbolic links for all the files in the real_files directory in the linked_files directory. My question is, if I go and remove a file in the real_files directory and then go... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: rcarnesiii
- we have copy (cp command) to do to save all the contents of a dty BUT we dont want to copy the files corresponding to symbolic links contained whithin this dty
- the box is a sun solaris one - and the cp commande do not say avything about that?
thanks for help
Jakez (7 Replies)
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How can I find all symbolic links across the network to a directory (2 Replies)
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