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1. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Hi. Can somebody tell me if there's a way of creating a symbolic link from a directory on one filesystem to that on another that will allow a find command that doesn't use the -L param to locate a particular file under that new 'linked' dir. With a normal sym link the find command on that... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: user052009
i need to install a software into a zone, and this kind of software needs to have a file who is linked into /dev.
But it is not possible to create a link into /dev nor create a file into it.
-bash-3.00# ln -s /tmp/testfile /dev/
ln: cannot create /dev//testfile: Permission denied... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: beta17
A new file is created every day with the date appended to the end of a name. We are using Autosys to run jobs which watches for the file and runs jobs. But Autosys does not have the capability to figure out the current date.
I tried creating a symlink like this
ln -s... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: vra5107
I have one issue with linking folders.
I have two domains (domain1 and domain2) on one server (centOS). In domain1, I have one folder containing many images which I want to share for domain2. So i have created link for image directory using below command.
ln -s... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: amitshah.in
I am using Mac X 10.5. It's supporting BSD. I am getting strange problem.
• Launch the terminal.
• Create a directory. Use cd <directory>
• Now create another directory test with command “mkdir test”.
• Create a soft link with command “ln -s text.txt test”
• Go to the test directory... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Saurabh78
I'm a novice in C++ programming.
I wrote a ReadFile class in file ReadFile.cpp.
After that, I wrote a test.cpp, which contains a main function, to test whether my class work well.
I follow the following steps to compile the ReadFile.cpp file.
g++296 -c ReadFile.cpp -o... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: niukun
I have some crypting functions in object-file - for example,func.o
Main file,from where crypting functions called, named as main.cpp .
"gcc main.cpp -o main func.o" print "undefined reference to ... "
But if I rename main.cpp to main.c and execute
"gcc main.c -o main func.o" - ok. If anybody,... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Gigachel
8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Would I be correct in assuming that find doesn't bother recursivley searching down sim links. (It doesn't seem to so I guess it doesn't!!!) Is there anyway to make it do so? (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: peter.herlihy