On a Windows NTFS file system, I have a file (say, orig.mp3). I open this file, through this path orig.mp3, in such a way that it is in use (say, by playing it in VLC). Then I create a hard link ...
I just created a hardlink in Windows 7 using mklink. When I use dir the output doesn't indicate that the new hardlink is a hardlink. Instead it looks exactly like the file it is pointing to. Example ...
On my computer I create a hard link mklink /h git-link.exe git.exe Hardlink created for git-link.exe <<===>> git.exe Now they both take up space 2012-04-17 12:14 AM 6,905,039 ...
Now - this is driving me crazy. I created a hard link pointing to a file in my dropbox dir - the link was created inside a folder where this file needs to be in order to be accessed by the programs I ...
From command prompt with Administrator privilages: c:\>mklink /h c:\dirA c:\Users\Piotr\dirB Access is denied. I'm on Vista x64. Using /j or /d instead of /h works. What's the problem? Related: ...