HP-UX links updated

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HP HP-UX links updated

As you all have heard, the Hewlett-Packard company has split into
  • HP Inc (hp.com, consumer market)
  • HP Enterprise (hpe.com, server market)
Consequently many Web links have changed.
Finally I have updated the HP-UX links at the top of the HP-UX subforum Smilie
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ln(1)							      General Commands Manual							     ln(1)

       ln - link to a file

       ln [ -f ] [ -i ] [ -s ] name1 [name2]
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       A  link is a directory entry referring to a file.  A file, together with its size and all its protection information may have several links
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       By default makes hard links.  A hard link to a file is indistinguishable from the original directory entry.  Any  changes  to  a  file  are
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       made to the last component of name1.

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       being linked to.

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