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Mark, you are right:
It's been noticeable that over the last few months, while people are
asking as many questions as ever, relatively few are bothering to post a
summary of answers received.
symbolic link and touch
I had to restore a filesystem on a new hard disc with lots of symbolic links (ln -s), those files took the date from the day I restore them, not from the day they where created on the old disc.
touching them with 'touch -t xxxxxxxxx' will not change their date. Is it impossible to keep or change the date of a symbolic link?
The behaviour I would expect would be to take the date of the destination file (am I wrong?).
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