Linux Directories / File System Explained

What is FHS or Filesystem Hierarchy Standard

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The Linux Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) defines the structure of a Linux directory. Knowing the functionality of each directory may assist you on some certain troubleshooting scenarios.

/ — Root Directory

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