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What is wrong with this command?

Discussion in 'Support' started by mathewsdw, Sep 2, 2015.

  1. mathewsdw

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    Here's the command:
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    MkLink /H "F:\Full\The Most Wonderful Day (05); Glee; The Christmas Album.mp3" "F:\Music\(Movie and Television Soundtrack(s))\Glee\Glee - The Christmas Album\05 - The Most Wonderful Day of the Year.mp3"
    
    And here's its results:
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    TCC: (Sys) Incorrect function
     "F:\Music\(Movie and Television Soundtrack(s))\Glee\The Christmas Album\05 - The Most Wonderful Day.mp3"
    
     
  2. rconn

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    Is F: a local NTFS drive? If not, that command won't work. (The error is coming from Windows, not TCC.)

    And why are you trying to create a hard link instead of a symbolic link?
     
  3. mathewsdw

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    Thank you for your response, Rex. I create hard links because I can delete either side of the link and the file still exists - there is no difference between just a file and a hard linked file . And I think you've identified the problem - drive F: is a flash drive that's probably not NTFS formatted (although I no longer remember how to tell).
     
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  4. Rodolfo

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    In windows explorer You can right click on "F:" drive and choose properties.
    Then, You can see if it is NTFS or FAT.


    Regards

    Rodolfo Giovanninetti
     
  5. Christian Albaret

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    There is TCC's %@FSTYPE[…] function.
     

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