ketil+haskell at ii.uib.no
Fri Oct 29 09:07:46 EDT 2004
diatchki at cse.ogi.edu writes:
>>ln -s /usr/local test
> Now if test was not a link, this does nothing and I should still
> be in my home directory. However since 'test' is a link, I actually end
> up in /usr.
On Linux, there's no such difference, the example leaves me in my home
directory. I believe Solaris has the behaviour you describe.
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