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Old 08-14-2001
shortcut in unix?

Sorry, anybody here knows how to make a shortcut in unix?

Thanks.
Sebastian.
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Old 08-14-2001
Code:
man alias

# 3  
Old 08-14-2001
Use alias in .cshrc
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Old 08-15-2001

In Unix, it's called a link.

Execute this command:
man ln

You can make a hard link or symbolic link to a file...

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Old 08-15-2001
Thanks!

Thanks everybody!

... i used ln.
 

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