The Linux Filesystem Explained | How Each Directory is Used
This video will give you an overview of the top-level directories found on most Linux systems. We’ll go over how some of the common top-level directories are used, and explain their specific purposes within Linux.
0:00 – Intro
0:44 – Linux Filesystem Explained
2:06 – /bin/
2:35 – /boot/
2:54 – /dev/
3:52 – /etc/
4:35 – /home/
5:25 – /lib/
6:07 – /lost+found/
6:18 – /media/
6:52 – /mnt/
7:19 – /opt/
7:42 – /proc/
8:27 – /root/
8:46 – /run/
9:04 – /sbin/
9:38 – /srv/
10:11 – /sys/
10:36 – /tmp/
11:00 – /usr/
12:12 – /var/
12:48 – Further Information
13:39 – Outro
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