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2answers
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How to rename junction without breaking link

If I rename a folder which is the target of a (or multiple) junction, is there any way to update all the junctions to point to the renammed folder instead of just breaking?
2
votes
1answer
26 views

delete empty file link

I accidently made a link and can't delete that: big:~# ls -al total 88 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 27 May 28 18:10 -> /etc/apache2/ssl/apache.pem drwx------ 8 root root 4096 May 29 01:45 . ...
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votes
3answers
391 views

User can't remove symlink which owns

I'm trying to remove symlink, although I have appropriate permission, the operation is denied (the user is called capistrno): capistrno $ rm -f /var/www/app/current rm: cannot remove ...
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2answers
489 views

Linux disk usage analyser that acts like symlinks are real files

I am using git-annex, an extension to the DVCS git, which is designed for handling large files. It makes heavy use of symlinks. The actual large files are moved to the .git/annex directory and the ...
1
vote
1answer
52 views

missing symbolic link

I have two directories with multiple directories and files Lets say that directory A has some symbolic links to other directories and files and directory B is missing them. What can I do to copy those ...
0
votes
1answer
427 views

create symlink to another machine

I have 2 machines. Both running CentOS. Box1 is webserver with apache, php. Box2 is mysql, and file storage. The files will only be accessible from Box1 within the webapp. I'd like to somehow create ...
1
vote
1answer
6k views

Setup symbolic link where users can access it with FTP

I have a folder on a server where a client of mine has a bunch of folders that they upload images and what not for a site, I do a symbolic link to those folders to the root of the website. This way I ...
0
votes
3answers
338 views

Remote Link on OSX

I have two machines on the same LAN, I usually ssh from one to the other and I was wondering if I could create a symbolic or hard link from a box that points to the other one. I'm using OSX on both ...