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Re: tlug: finding hardlinked files

Thanks for the help. Got it finally done with find -type f -links +1
-printf "%n %i \n" | sort | uniq -c and find -inum n -printf "%p \n". I
first thought I had to use ls -aRil and awk because . and .. are counted
for hardlinks too, but then I found out that I need not care about
directories since they cannot be hardlinked on most systems including mine.
That made things much easier ...

Thanks again,

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