Ok, here is a fairly easy question question that may have different answers depending on the expert.
A directory is actually a link, for example /var/test links to /opt/somedirectory/another/another/test
In unix, in this case Solaris, a user cds to the link using "cd /var/test"
While in that directory the user does a "pwd" and the output shows /var/test
What simple command would you tell the user to use to find their actual location in the file system?