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  • How to symlink a file in Ubuntu ?

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    First of all let us know what is symlink. Symlink creates a symbolic link to the existing target with the specified name link.

    In PHP we passed Parameters in the following way:

    target: Target of the link

    link: The link name.

    I want to make a symbolic link in Ubuntu. This is the following command which will create symlink in Ubuntu:

    ln -s /path/to/file /path/to/symlink

    Thanks for reading the blog

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