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    SubjectRe: "ln -sf" failing
    On Jul 25, Florian La Roche wrote:

    > I can sometimes see "ln -sf file newsymlink" failing that should replace
    > existing symlinks. (Though I don't have any strace available...)
    > "ln -f" seems to unlink() first, so I can't see any problem with this.
    > Do other people also see this? What is going on here?

    you're trying to replace a symlink pointing to a directory, right ?
    look in that directory and you'll find your newly created symlink...


    ln -sfn file newsymlink

    for GNU "ln" ...

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