A hard link is file system entry that associates a name with another file on a file system.

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Use the same file link for both Linux and Windows

As in the title, is it even possible to do so? I mean, can I create a link on Linux and than make this link valid also on Windows? Use-case I have the folder /media/Data/DownloadedMusic on a NTFS ...
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Incremental backup with hard links for multiple folders

Can anyone refer me to a simple backup script or program, that will backup in the following way: Incremental Rotation of X backups Backup to a mounted drive (no need for remote connections) Multiple ...
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Linux command to copy as hard links, while deleting unwanted files?

I'm looking for a command that behaves both like cp -al in only creating hard links rather than copying file contents, and rsync -a --delete in removing files from the destination that are not ...
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How to increase the link count for a directory, link count went to 0?

I have made myself land in this situation, it is a chrooted workspace on my system where I virtualize the entire file system ( so its not actual /var/log ) Is there a way that I can either delete this ...
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Multiple Linux or Unix Distributions, Same Home Partition or Data?

To avoid conflicts I have always installed multiple Linux and Unix distributions each with it's own home partion or directory, and in the era of 3TB hard drives this is often very practical; I also do ...
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How to create a hardlink to a directory in Solaris?

I started to study the Solaris in my university. Teacher told me to do a hardlink to a directory. And he said that I can not to use mount command. For example: # mount -F lofs /dir1/dir2 ...