In the question Where can I find the Official File Hierarchy Standard for UNIX? one writes:

As with all things unix, it's less of a law and more of a guideline;
how much of it is adhered to varies by distro and flavor...

It is also said

That is the standard. The fact that it looks quite old 
is a measure of it's success as a standard...

What is the status today? Which Linux distributions take the FHS standard seriously and which do not?



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