Hardlink may refer to:

  • Hard link, Windows or Unix file system pointer
  • Hardlink (homonymy), Physical world hyperlink

Other articles related to "hardlink, hardlinks":

Hardlink (homonymy)
... A hardlink (one word) is one of several methods of object hyperlinking including graphical tags (2D barcodes), SMS tags and RFID tags ... The hardlink method establishes a reference link between a physical world object and a.mobi web page just as a traditional hyperlink establishes an electronic ... exchange that is initiated whenever a user makes a connection with a hardlink database, such as Objecs.mobi, and enters some alphanumeric sequence found on the target ...
Object Hyperlinking - Tags and Tag Readings Systems
... Hardlink A hardlink is an alphanumeric combination such as an object's common name or part number that when entered into a cell phone's web browser, targeting a hardlink ...
Ln (Unix) - Usage - Difference Between Hard Link and Symbolic (soft) Link
... inode# of the directory file in which the entry has been made '.' is a hardlink to the file that implements the current directory ... '..' is a hardlink to the file that implements the immediate parent of the current directory ... The 'ln' command knows how to build hardlinks and softlinks the 'mkdir' command knows how to build directories (the OS takes care of the above hardlinks) ...