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Following the entire link chain realpath realpath(1) gets you the absolute destination of a link. But it only gives you the final destination, so if you have a link chain, it will only show you the path of the last real file/folder that the chain eventually points to. So in your case, if ../../e/f/g/h is real file or folder, you will see the absolute path. ...


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