The Jungo WinDriver need a linux symbolic link , what does it mean?
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ts manual says:
To run GUI WinDriver applications (e.g., DriverWizard ; Debug Monitor [7.2]) you must also have version 5.0 of the libstdc++ library — libstdc++.so.5. If you do not have this file, install it from the relevant RPM in your Linux distribution (e.g., compat-libstdc++).
Before proceeding with the installation, you must also make sure that you have a linux symbolic link. If you do not, create one by typing
/usr/src$ ln -s 'target kernel'/linux
For example, for the Linux 2.4 kernel type
/usr/src$ ln -s linux-2.4/ linux
what does this 'symbolic link' mean ? what do the ‘’ and ‘linux’ preset ?
If I install WinDriver in Ubuntu 13.10 , how should specify these two parameters ?
undo a symbolic link in linux
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if I make a symbolic link with:
ln -s full-path-to-mysql-VERSION-OS mysql
how can I undo this?
How to create Symbolic link for linux web server
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How to create the symbolic link for the path on web server(linux).
Suppose I want to create link for request url
And the file is present on server at location
Do anyone know about it????
cd to symbolic link in linux shows error
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XXXXX:~/a/n1$ ln -s n1 n
bin doc n nc.tcsh packages scripts support VERSION
XXXXX:~/a/n1$ cd n
bash: cd: n: No such file or directory
I am creating a sym link to n1 which is n.
Now when i do a cd in bash or shell i am not able to.
What is missing.
How to copy symbolic link file from Linux to Windows and then back to Linux but still keeping it as a symbolic link
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I have a symbolic link in my Linux machine.
I want to copy just the symbolic link (not the target) to a Windows machine and then copy this symbolic link from Windows machine back to some other Linux machine and symbolic link should continue to work.
What I tried:
I gziped the symbolic link
Moved gzipped file to Windows machine using WinSCP
Extracted symbolic link
Moved symbolic file to Linux machine using WinSCP
Now this file is not a symbolic link anymore.
Do anybody knows a trick to do this?
“Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible” on fresh installed XAMPP for Linux
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I did a fresh-install of XAMPP for Linux (version 1.7.4) on my Ubuntu 11.04 x64 laptop.
Then I made a link in my htdocs folder to my project folder:
$sudo ln -s /home/petra/projects/webapp webapp
drwxr-xr-x 4 nobody root 4096 2011-08-18 11:58 .
drwxr-xr-x 18 root root 4096 2011-01-25 15:33 ..
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 26 2011-08-18 11:42 webapp -> /home/petra/projects/webapp
When I opened the webapp in the browser using http://localhost/webapp, it only showed "403 Access Forbidden". The error log said:
$tail -f /opt/lampp/logs/error_log
[Thu Aug 18 11:43:15 2011] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible: /opt/lampp/htdocs/webapp
Here is the httpd.conf. Strangely, the FollowSymLinks options are already defined (default).
There is a similar question on the XAMPP forum but I think nobody seems to pay attention to it anymore.
Does anyone have an idea how to fix this?
[SOLVED] Apache 2 error symbolic link not allowed
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I hope someone can find--and correct--whatever stupid oversight I'm making...
How to remove a symbolic link without deleting the file
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What linux command will enable you to remove a symbolic link without deleting the original file. I used the unlink and it deleted the original file leaving me with a broken symbolic link to clean up.
Basically I need to know how to unlink a symbolic link without removing the original file.
Second, how to clean up the broken symbolic links to free the inodes.
Thanks any help would be greatly appreciated.
copying gives error "cp: cannot create symbolic link"
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i am root
i have an ext4 partition of a usb drive mounted at /mnt/sdc1
i have fat32 partition of the same drive mounted at /mnt/sdc3
i want to copy the folder /mnt/sdc1/mnt/dir to /mnt/sdc3
i navigate to /mnt/sdc3
i type this in terminal
cp -r /mnt/sdc1/mnt/dir .
I get a lot of this
cp: cannot create symbolic link
How do i copy something from an ext4 partition to a fat32 partition?
creating a symbolic link to NTFS?
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Hello, I dual boot Windows XP and Ubuntu 8.04
I just recently found out about "junctions" in Windows, which are symbolic links in Linux, which allows me to pretty much name folders what I want, organize them as I'd like, etc, as long as the original folder is pointing to the new folder.
I started with this when I got tired of "Documents and Settings" and decided to see if I could get XP to act like Vista (which acts like Unix), so that I could use "Users" instead of that big long folder name. I found a site that explained junctions, and have played around with them a bit.
I have it so that my WinXP user profile is located on a separate "Storage" partition, while the symbolic link points to that directory.
My question is, when in Ubuntu, can I create a symbolic link to the NTFS partition, so all the data I save will end up on it instead of the Ubuntu partition, so that I can reinstall with ease, if necessary?
My plan would be whe
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