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lcs Americans -

Post by A.Melo » Sat, 14 Jun 2003 06:16:01



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1. "cd -L /usr/adm ; lc .." == "lc /var" ??

I know how to use symbolic links, and the "-L" and "-P" options of the
"cd" and "pwd" commands.

If I do : "cd -L /usr/adm ; lc ..", I expect to see the same result than
"lc /usr", but what I get is "lc /var".

Ive tried with "sh -L", and I get the same result.If seems that the
"-L" option only affects
the "cd" and "pwd" commands, but "lc" or any other command always
follows the phisical path.

Is there any way for forcing all commands to follow the logical path ?

Thanks in advance.

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