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totally new here. Using Ubuntu on windows 10 I created a bad symlink using:

ln -s C:\Users\Andres\Documents\mnt\c\Users\andres\Documents documents

later I did it right by:

ln -s ../../mnt/c/Users/Andres/Documents documents2

But, I want to erase to first one and rename the second one, how do I do it ?

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    I have no experience with Ubuntu on WSL, but on a pure posix/unix/Ubuntu/GNU system I'd use rm to remove the unwanted symlink, and mv to rename (mv is usually simpler than rename) – guiverc Jan 24 at 12:12
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In the same location:

unlink documents

Assuming you want to rename documents2 to documents

mv documents2 documents

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