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Create links to files and dirs

Create links to files and dirs: Linux: Files and Permissions
Create links to files and dirs: Linux: Files and Permissions

Organizing files can make users more efficient and lower stress. Linux supports two types of links: symbolic and hard. Hard links don't take up much space and are seamless however they can't be used across partitions and can't link to directories. Symbolic links work across partitions and can link to directories.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Network Administration IT Operating Systems Linux

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