Section (8) sln
sln — create symbolic links
sln source dest
The sln program creates symbolic links. Unlike the ln(1) program, it is statically linked. This means that if for some reason the dynamic linker is not working, sln can be used to make symbolic links to dynamic libraries.
The command line has two forms. In the first form, it
dest as a new
symbolic link to
In the second form,
filelist is a list of
space-separated pathname pairs, and the effect is as if
executed once for each line of the file, with the two
pathnames as the arguments.
The sln program supports no command-line options.
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