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Thread: Linux Directories




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    I recently installed Slackware 8.0 on a old computer of mine (233mhz), and am ABSOLUTELY new to linux, i have X working fine and what not, i have the basic understanding of how to untar things, install them, but i don't quite understand the directories in linux...such /bin /include /etc and all of those, i know that slackware's page has a brief explanation, but could someone give me a more in depth explanation of the major directories and their functions, or at least point me in the right direction....thank you...

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    Here is a good description of the root filesystem and how to set it up, the description of the directories are around half way down the document:

    http://www.linux.org/docs/ldp/howto/...buildroot.html

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    From the FSH 2.2-beta.
    [code:1:0b27496146]
    / The root directory
    /bin Essential command binaries
    /boot Static files of the boot loader
    /dev Device files
    /etc Host-specific system configuration
    /lib Essential shared libraries and kernel modules
    /mnt Mount point for mounting a filesystem temporarily
    /opt Add-on application software packages
    /sbin Essential system binaries
    /tmp Temporary files
    /usr Secondary hierarchy
    /var Variable data
    [/code:1:0b27496146]

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