[Wine]WineTools 2.0.9 released
tobias.neumann at gmail.com
Tue Jan 4 11:43:35 CST 2005
On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 08:37:04 -0800, Mark Knecht wrote:
> Humm...OK, I know I'm not much of a Linux guy but I'm now confused. On
> my system, before doing any of this link stuff the directory
> /usr/local/bin already exists. How can I create a link of any type at
> location /usr/local called 'bin' when the directory already exists?
Firstly /usr/local/bin/ is a directory.
When you link a file with ln -s <sourcefile/directory> <destination-dir>
an link with exactly the same name as the sourcefile/directory will be
created in the destination directory.
So `ln -s /usr/local/winetools/findwine /usr/local/bin` will create a link
from /usr/local/bin/findwine to /usr/local/winetools/findwine.
See `man ln`.
Create a link to the specified TARGET with optional LINK_NAME. If
LINK_NAME is omitted, a link with the same basename as the TARGET is
created in the current directory.
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