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Linux Directory tree

Postby LeadFingers » Fri Jul 11, 2008 11:06 pm

Ever wonder where Linux puts all those files, folders, & libraries, and why?
Thanks to Saddle Tramp for finding this. Without a doubt the best visual explanation I've come across.
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Thank You Saddle Tramp
S'Tramp Edit: Awwww geeee :oops: Tweren't nuttin' ;) ...Thanks Lead 8-) <BREW> <BREW>
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