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revised How do I symlink each of the files in one directory to another directory?
clarification
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comment How do I symlink each of the files in one directory to another directory?
@root.ctrlc: You have to specify the full path of the source (which is / in my original answer). I'll add a clarification.
Jul
22
comment Terminal *output* history?
@SQB: I've expanded my answer.
Jul
22
revised Terminal *output* history?
expanded answer
Jul
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Jul
15
revised How to recursively rename files/folders to make their names Windows-friendly?
additional information
Jul
15
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15
awarded  Nice Answer
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15
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Jul
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revised How to recursively rename files/folders to make their names Windows-friendly?
link maintenance
Jul
13
comment How to recursively rename files/folders to make their names Windows-friendly?
@Ramhound: This isn't a link-only answer. The answer is the name of two programs that do what the OP wants. The links lead to where to obtain those progtams and a reference to where I found the information.
Jul
2
awarded  script
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May
18
comment Multiple parameters to bash script
@MikeBlandford: There was a missing do which I have fixed.
May
18
revised Multiple parameters to bash script
fix missing "do"
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reviewed Reject How do I interpret the results of the `ls -l` command?
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