Manual Reference Pages - SYMLINK (1)
symlink - Introduction to the symlink command suite [Windows only]
The symlink command creates, lists and removes Unix-style symbolic links
(symlinks) in OpenAFS filespace from a platform that does not support
symlinks, like Windows. The symlink make command is
equivalent to ln -s on a Unix platform. symlink can manipulate
symlinks created by ln -s on Unix and vice versa.
The symlink commands are only available on Windows platforms. On
other platforms, use the ln -s command.
Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options are
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