call the link function to create a link to a file
add an example, a script, a trick and tips
retrieve and extract links (Linux/Windows)
In a bash shell you can use grep.
Linux: Contents of "global" folder synced to other folders automatically
I may be wrong but I think that this is not possible due nature
of folders. But you can try couple of alternatives.
- You can write custom script that will create symlinks in
plugins when you create file in
- You can make symlink to
global_plugins in both
- You can make symlinks by hand
directory in /proc/sys/net/ipv4/config have no hard links?
The directories in
/proc do not really exist. It is
a virtual filesystem with information which is generated on the
fly. Hardlinks have no place in them (and would not save
any space if you could use them).
How to share (via network) linux linked content?
smb:// url didn't work over the network
I'm going to assume that Samba isn't configured and running on
the machine that is serving out files. If it is, then you might
need to try the IP address instead of the NetBIOS name.
Otherwise, you first need to make sure that the computer that
will be serving the files is running Samba (since you're
accessing it via the 'smb' protocol). You can look at this documentation for a very basic how-to on
setting that up.
If you're running selinux on the computer you plan to server
files from, you might want to look at this
blog post regarding the setting up of proper permissions in
selinux for Samba to work.
Call the link
function to create a link named FILE2 to an existing
display this help and exit
output version information and
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