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Is it possible to “add” a second folder to the current folder file contents? symlink?

question: Is it possible to "add" the contents of a 2nd folder to the current folder file contents? (In essence I was asking from a full Unix is perspective but may be nginx would work too as the goal ...
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Error: Links are counted has space used on quotas [closed]

My OS is: CentOS Linux release 7.5.1804 (Core) This problem appeared after a linux update some time last month (i don't know when). Before that, everything was working fine. I have a folder on my ...
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How to add link to a device permanently

Using the command: ln -s /dev/ttyUSB0 /dev/gps0 I link the device gps0 to ttyUSB0. The problem is after rebooting the machine, the created link will disappear and I should create it again. Is there ...
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How to solve - Failed to execute operation: Too many levels of symbolic links on CentOs 7

I am trying to install erpNext on a CentOS 7.4 VPS and I'm following the installation script here. But I get this error during installation: Processing dependencies for pip Finished processing ...
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Symlinks not working on GlusterFS Fuse mount

I am running GlusterFS 3.11.3 on CentOS 7 64-bit in an OpenVZ environment. Since I am not the datacenter owner and the OpenVZ hosts don't allow sys_admin privileges to virtual machines, I have ...
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Symbolic link to jar file and init.d service

I am following the instructions in the "Installation as an init.d service (System V)" chapter of the Spring Boot Reference Guide. I am not able to create a symbolic link to my Java app in init.d on ...
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In my CentOS 7.2 the symbolic link is not the whole directory

This is the tutorial shows: You can see the /application/nginx -> /application/nginx-1.8.0 But I follow the steps: [root@localhost nginx-1.8.0]# ll /application/nginx lrwxrwxrwx. 1 root root 12 ...
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Link directories in CentOS

I am on a CentOS server and I have a user called theowner, so he has his folder under /home/theowner. I have two other folders, f1 and f2, under /home/myprojects/src, and I want that these folders ...
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Creating symbolic link

I've just picked up a new client's server, he's running CentOS. The server hosts a web app. There are currently two discs on the server, a 120GB SSD disc and a 2TB HDD disc. The original developer ...
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Simfs hardlinks whereabouts

I got a weird hardlink at centos 6.5 vps server. It's man made, I assume, but I'm not the one who did it. df tells some info. [root@root]# df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% ...
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apache Virtual Host Configuration CentOS7

My host machine is Windows 7 and guest machine is CentOS 7. I am a new to Apache and I am trying to create VirtualHost on CentOS7. I have read a lot of documentation and a lot of answers over ...
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Linux capabilities for java to resolve symbolic links

I run a java program by a non-root user. The program has to resolve a symlink to the real file name, but the link is owned by a different non-root user. I used setcap to set capabilities to open root-...
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Always getting “not a symbolic link” message, while installing any package

When I am installing any package in my centos 6.0 system, by yum or rpm, I always getting /sbin/ldconfig: /usr/lib64/libreadXMLnew.so.1 is not a symbolic link message. There is never a problem in ...
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Moving a folder to a NAS mount

I currently have a small Centos VPS which has some local SSD disk - I am getting close to my storage limit as I am storing a lot of flat files which are accessed very infrequently so I am looking at ...
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How to rebuild /etc/cron.d on CentOS?

I installed an RPM on a CentOS machine that was supposed to merge its own files contained in a /etc/cron.d structure with the current /etc/cron.d. However it replaced the current contents. I believe ...
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cannot create symbolic link on CentOS 5.6 - File exists error

I am trying to setup a symbolic link on my CentOS 5.6 machine to point dev_crmpicco/ to ~/vhosts/dev/dev_crmpicco/web/ I am using the following command: [crmpicco@devel dev]$ ln -s ~/vhosts/dev/...
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How do I copy a symbolic link?

I have a symbolic link to a file in one directory. I would like to have that same link in another directory. How do I copy a symbolic link? I tried to cp the symbolic link but this copies the file ...