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How do I create a symlink from a prompt. I can do it fine from MC but need to learn it from a prompt.

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Bob Ross
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ln -s file link_file
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Thanks,

Please answer this so I can get you your points.

Thanks Again.

Bob Ross

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ln -s file link_file
ln -s file1 [file2 ...] directory
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