The parts of the root filesystem are:
/bin–executables (binaries) needed during bootup that might be used by normal users.
/sbin–executables (system binaries) not intended for use by general users (users may still use
them, but this directory is not on their PATH).
/etc–system-wide configuration files for your operating system.
Briefly, There are five file systems in Linux. These filesystems can be on a single hard drive or may be on external one. It depends on the size and need of your machine. Different physical devices may also have one-single filesystem. It can be distributed among different devices. The root “/” filesystem contains basic operating [...]
When the file is not useful anymore you may remove it via rm command. Unlike to GUI (Graphical User Interface) Linux terminal don’t have a trash to restore the content, the file is killed and will never be back.
Other Options: -f, –force ignore nonexistent files, never prompt -i prompt before every removal -I prompt [...]
In Linux based operating system everything is a file. Directories are special kind files.
Linux Is Case Sensitive: Linux is case sensitive which means these files filename & Filename would be counted as two different files not one due to difference of f and F and thats why /home/filename is different from /home/filename.
An introduction to Linux file system is ‘here‘. If you want to reformat the flash drive with a Linux native file system, rather than the FAT32 system. It involves two steps. First create a new partition layout if the existing one is not to our liking, and second create a new, empty file [...]
Linux File System is the structure of all information stored on your operating system.
As Linux takes everything as a file hence here the directories are considered as the files containing information of other files. A directory can be used for storing a file or other directories. A file is represented by a structure known [...]