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Re: [ttlug] Re: see all links created

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  • Shivan Jaikaran
    Thanks for responses. ls -l seemed to do the trick. stupid me. Shivan ... -- Regards, Shivan Jaikaran http://www.shivanjaikaran.com/blog
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 30, 2008
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      Thanks for responses.

      ls -l seemed to do the trick. stupid me.


      On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 7:21 AM, Charles Lee Ying <cancer76tt@...> wrote:
      > ls -laR /*dir* | grep '>' should do the trick... replace *dir* with whatever
      > directory you want to run it against, even root should be ok..
      > Charlie
      > ----- Original Message ----
      > From: garthpl <garth75@...>
      > To: TTLUG@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Monday, June 30, 2008 6:26:34 AM
      > Subject: [ttlug] Re: see all links created
      > I'm assuming you want to see all the symbolic links? "ls -la" will
      > show you every link (including symbolic link). If that is not what you
      > want then post again. You can combine the above with the grep command
      > if you are looking for something more specific.
      > --- In TTLUG@yahoogroups. com, "Shivan Jaikaran" <shivanj@... > wrote:
      >> Hi, does anyone know how to show all the links created if I had used
      >> the ln command previously?
      >> The problem is, i created an ln between two files a while ago and I
      >> want to see if this ln between these files still exist (and possibly
      >> see all links created before).
      >> The OS is CentOS.
      >> Thanks
      >> --
      >> Regards,
      >> Shivan Jaikaran
      >> http://www.shivanja ikaran.com/ blog
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

      Shivan Jaikaran
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