How to Create a Symbolic Link
Posted on by Sapta Upendran
Category: Tutorials | Tags: Absolute Path, Directories, File, Files, Relative Path, Symbolic Link, Symlink
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What is a Symbolic Link?
A symbolic link, sometimes called a symlink or soft link, is a file in Linux that points to other files or directories (folders) and represents their absolute or relative path. A symlink is similar to shortcuts in Windows and is useful when you need quick access to files or folders with long paths.
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