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#16851 - 08/19/02 05:59 AM unlinking
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Is their a way to unlink files and directories that you may have created symbolic or hard links to?

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#16852 - 08/19/02 07:14 AM Re: unlinking
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Hrmmm...I've looked into that as well and as far as I know there isn't a specific command to unlink files or directories So what I do is just rm -f the link and that's that.


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#16853 - 08/21/02 11:51 PM Re: unlinking
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True, as well maybe a type of manager program could do it for you... What is it, Midnight commander might (not sure, would have to check).


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