ln - link files
The ln utility is used to create symbolic and hard-links to files and directories.
Force existing destination pathname to be removed to allow to link.
Create symbolic links instead of hard-links.
For each source_file operand that names a symbolic link, create a hard-link to the file referenced by the symbolic link.
For each source_file operand that names a symbolic link, create a hard-link to the symbolic link itself.
If the -s option is not specified and neither a -L nor a -P option is specified, the ln utility behaves as if -L was specified.
The following operands are supported:
A pathname of a file to be linked.
A new pathname of the new file to be created.
A pathname of an existing directory in which the new files will be created.
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