I have a symbolic link
~/Desktop/test.txt which points to
I know ONLY the path of
~/Desktop/test.txt, I want a fast way to delete
~/rendu/test.txt WITHOUT deleting the symbolic link.
For the one who want to know why: I have a file named
crypted.xxx on my desktop, which is encrypted and contains my password.
When I want to update my encrypted file, I decrypt it and it create
crypted.txt in a special directory. So I make a link to that file on my desktop for practical reasons. But after looking at my
crypted.txt, I want to quickly delete this
crypted.txt (but not the link in the desktop).