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Re: strange link

>On Mon, Dec 04, 2000 at 01:03:40PM +0100, Steffan Baron wrote:
>> I have a little interoperability problem Linux <-> Solaris. I have
>> created a symlink on my Linux box which I can't access under Solaris:
>> $ ls -l foo
>> ls: foo: Invalid argument
>> lrwxrwxrwx   1 sbaron   wum        25 Dec  4 12:53 foo
>> and under Linux:
>> $ ls -l foo
>> lrwxrwxrwx   1 sbaron   wum        25 Dec  4 12:53 foo -> ../some/dir/foo
>> I have tried to create the symlink under Solaris. Same behaviour.
>> However, hard links seem to work .....
>Wierd.  Do absolute paths work?

No, all the same .....

But perhaps this is a caching problem: In the meantime the symlink created
earlier is accessible, newly created links do not, except I ssh to a machine
which hasn't mounted my HOME already .....

So, might there be some parameter I have to tune ??


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