e2ln man page

e2ln — create hard links on an ext2 filesystem


e2ln [options] source destination


The e2ln command is used to create hard links on an ext2 filesystem.


Force the operation to remove any existing files.
Create a symlink.
Be verbose.

Note: creating symlinks is not operational at this time.

See Also

e2tools(7), e2mv(1), e2ls(1), e2mkdir(1), e2cp(1), e2rm(1), e2tail(1).


The e2tools were written by Keith Sheffield <sheff@pobox.com>.

This manual page was written by Lucas Wall <lwall@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

Referenced By

e2cp(1), e2ls(1), e2mkdir(1), e2mv(1), e2rm(1), e2tail(1), e2tools(7).

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March 2, 2005