|11-17-02, 11:36 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2002
This should be an easy one for anybody who's used Linux for any decent amount of time.
Hard Links: How do you create and modify them?
Basically, I just installed the latest version of mozilla (the one that came with Redhat 7.3 apparently has a bug where cookies don't work properly), and I'd like to change the current link in /usr/bin to point to the newly-installed version.
|11-18-02, 04:03 AM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: Masaki Shrine
You can use the "ln" command. Sorry for the vague response - I always refer to the man page for the specifics to get the job done since I don't use it very often...
chalnoth@yourbox# man ln
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