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The command line tool "sr" is a versatile and powerful utility that is commonly used in Unix-based operating systems.

  1. "sr" stands for "symbolic link rename" and is primarily used for renaming symbolic links.
  2. Symbolic links are files that act as pointers to other files or directories.
  3. This tool allows users to change the name of the symbolic link without affecting the original linked file or directory.
  4. It facilitates the renaming of symbolic links without manually removing and recreating them.
  5. The "sr" command line tool is typically used with the syntax "sr " to perform the renaming operation.
  6. It provides an efficient way to manage and organize symbolic links within a file system.
  7. The tool is especially useful when dealing with large directories or complex folder structures.
  8. Using "sr" helps prevent broken links or mistakenly relinked files.
  9. It is frequently integrated into scripts or automation tasks that involve managing symbolic links.
  10. Overall, the "sr" command line tool simplifies the process of renaming symbolic links and ensures the smooth functioning of file systems.

List of commands for sr:

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    $ sr ${elvi} "${search_terms}"
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