From: Sami Salonen <sakki@lu...> - 2002-11-03 21:02:21
I downloaded A-A-P and installed it using "./aap install". Otherwise
everything went fine, but I got one error message:
Aap: ln -fhs /home/sami/lib/aap/Exec-0.102/aap /home/sami/bin/aap
ln: invalid option -- h
"ln --version" says
ln (fileutils) 4.1.9
Written by Mike Parker and David MacKenzie.
Copyright (C) 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc. This is free
software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty;
not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Sami Salonen wrote:
> I downloaded A-A-P and installed it using "./aap install". Otherwise
> everything went fine, but I got one error message:
> Aap: ln -fhs /home/sami/lib/aap/Exec-0.102/aap /home/sami/bin/aap
> ln: invalid option -- h
You can leave it out. It's only there to avoid the unlikely event that
there already is a link for "aap" that points to a directory. It would
then create a link to "aap" inside that directory.
The -h flag is apparently a BSD thing.
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