Is there any noticeable difference between symlinking to a directory including the trailing slash and doing it without, i.e. the difference in doing ln -s somedir/ dir vs. ln -s somedir dir whereby somedir is a directory?
I wish to figure out a way to change the working directory to a random directory in bash. By this I mean a pre-created directory that is not specified in any way. I've already tried just using cd * , but it doesn't recognize the wildcard character unless I have a letter in front of it, ie, cd a* . Does anyone know a quick, easy way to do this?
I've noticed that there's functionality enabled in nginx by default, whereby a url request without a trailing slash for a directory which exists in the filesystem automatically has a slash added through a 301 redirect.