linux file system

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Understanding the Linux File System

The Linux file system is a directory tree that is consistent with each Linux distribution. This directory tree begins with the / (root) and then expands under that position like an upside down tree. Each directory under / has a specific purpose whether it is to store system files, constantly changing log files, device drivers or files created by users on the system.

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A guide to common Linux file and system commands for new users

The primary reason for writing this is to help new users develop an understanding of the Linux file system commands. Not all of them, just some of the more common ones. Let's look at what they do and why I would need to use them, what not to do, what each thing means and what it's for.

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