I blog about Ruby on Rails, QA Automation and Islam.
In the early days after the death of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), two civil…
Recently I was in a position where I wanted to keep my local changes and also keep the changes from the master branch.
But somehow I had ended up in a detached head and was worried I’d lose my work.
On a Linux system, if you need to find out all symbolic links in a given directory. Assuming you are in the directory you need to be in it can be done simply by:
ls -la | grep "\->"
If you are searching for some library or something else and are not sure where in the Linux system it is located, it can easily be found with a quick command via the Command Line.