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2.10.11. Symbolic links

A symlink is a special file containing the address of another file that opens when a symbolic link is accessed. Such a link can be used to organize access to one directory from several sites, without creating copies of it. Symbolic links can point to a directory or file.

You can create a symbolic link using:

You can create a symbolic link using the command ln after connect to server via SSH:

ln -s File  _source file_link

For example creating a symbolic link named store cataloged www, file and link are on the path /home/example/example.com/:

ln -s /home/example/example.com/www /home/example/example.com/store