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?
First time posting here, and with a bit of a weird problem.
When navigating through the "~/home/<username>" directory using the "cd" command in the terminal it always returns "No such file or directory" without exception. This is not due to case sensetivity. Being signed in as root or the user does not make a difference.