The Linux Filesystem Explained

Posted by bob on Apr 19, 2018 3:03 AM EDT
Linux.com - Original Content; By Paul Brown
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Back in 1996 I learned how to install software on my spanking new Linux before really understanding the topography of the filesystem. You see, back then, Linux was not the intuitive, user-friendly system it is today. I soon realized I would need to spend some time getting a handle on how the directories were organized and what all their exotic names like etc/ (not a for miscellaneous files), usr/ (not for user files), and bin/ (not a trash can) meant. This tutorial will help you get up to speed faster than I did.

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