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pwd without symlinks

Imagine I have a directory

/home/me/dir

and a symbolic link to it called

/home/me/dirlink

now if I enter dirlink and use pwd, it of course prints the 2nd one. Is there a flag to make it resolve the symlink and print the 1st one?

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marked as duplicate by Mat, Michael Mrozek Dec 2 '12 at 18:29

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Either try /bin/pwd or try pwd -P

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oops, read Mat's comment above too late... sorry. –  pat Dec 2 '12 at 15:42

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