What does this do?
ln -s creates a symbolic link, not a hard link which means you can delete it and it won't delete the think that it's linking to. But what do the other things mean? (-nf)
Update: okay...so I remembered you can find this stuff out from the command line. Here's what I found out from typing
-f, --force remove existing destination files -n, --no-dereference treat destination that is a symlink to a directory as if it were a normal file
But this still isn't very clear to me what the implications of this are. Why would I want to create a soft/sym link like this?