Symbolic Link on Terminal (Mac)

Symbolic Link on Terminal (Mac)
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#1

Evening guys - Quick one: Is it possible to do a symbolic link without specifying the path (using ‘.’)

Say i want to create a symlink for the current working directory to be in Desktop. Can it be written like this ->

ln -s . ~/Desktop (’.’ = current working folder)


#3

Try
ln -s $(pwd) ~/Desktop/mylink


#4

Thanks bro. Understood, so sorry i’m replying late.

Thanks


#5

yaaaaay ! it worked, thanks.

Thanks a lot