I wish to create a link to /usr/local/apache/htdocs by simply typing in "htdocs" at the prompt. I was reading other sites but I couldn't get it to work. Do I have to be root all the time to make this link work or can I be logged in as my own personal user?
In a related question, I wish to create link to:
/home/vkimura/Downloads/PhpStorm-303/bin/phpstorm.sh by simply typing in at any prompt "pstorm"
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