I have an NTFS formatted drive (from a previous windows installation) and it contains some symlinks (reparse points),
For some reason, I can't do anything with these symlinks: I can't go to where they link to, I can't even delete them.
I guess the reason has to be that the link contained
C:\ as a part of it.
How can I deal with this issue?
To clarify, these links are junctions/reparse points.
For instance, I had
C:\progs be a symlink to
If I try to remove it, I get:
$ rm /media/disk/progs/ -rf rm: cannot remove directory `/media/disk/progs': Operation not supported
I actually removed
/media/disk/Program Files/ anyway.
My system is linux mint (ubuntu based)