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I know very little about UNIX :( I was installing Cyber Cash  (cash register SW) & one of the step is to "Configure your webserver to allow access to the following aliases" & it gives partial & complete directories! For example:
/cs-29/mck-cgi
/1/u3/c/a/capoe/secure_html/cs-29/mck-cgi

 How do I do this?
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if you want to make a symbolic link this is how you do it...

ln -s /1/u3/c/a/capoe/secure_html/cd-29/mck-cgi  /cs-29/mck-cgi

where directory /cs-29 already exist....

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