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Linux Filesystem Hierarchy


Please have a look this:

I think this can be very useful for a beginner/intermediate level user to understand the filesystem hierarchy and as well as it can be used as a reference to various linux commands and configuration files.

Filesystem Hierarchy Standard can also be very usefule posted by Zazzybob in this thread.

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