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Linux Filesystem Hierarchy

Linux Filesystem Hierarchy

This PDF tutorial outlines the set of requirements and guidelines for file and directory placement under the Linux operating system ,free training document under 113 pages for download.

Table of contents

  • Linux Filesystem Hierarchy
  • The Root Directory
  • What are filesystems?
  • The difference between a disk or partition and the filesystem
  • UNIX filesystem
  • The Root Directory
  • Compliance to the FSSTND
  • Backup master boot record
  • Bourne Shell
  • environment variable
  • pipes and sockets
  • set group ID (SGID)
  • symbolic link or soft link
  • Mounting and unmounting
  • proc
  • root
  • sbin
  • usr
  • var
  • srv
  • tmp

 

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