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the "ln" program makes links between files, which basically means giving one file two or more names and locations, rather than just duplicating the data. a symbolic link means a high level link where you *sort of* only have a "shortcut" to the real file, rather than having multiple entries in the FAT table. you creating a symblic link...
Thanks for reply...I still think that this program does not work really well with Redhat 9.0. Maybe I should move back to redhat 8.0. When I try to save with Nurbana in redhat 9.0 I will get "segmentation fault". Otherwise it seems to work. I will next test this symbolic link...maybe after that it starts to work.