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Resources to learn linux architecture in detail?
I migrated to UNIX (Linux, Ubuntu) and I'm trying to understand the organisation of files and directories. I stumbled upon
File Hierarchy Standard (quite old it seems) and it made me wonder if this is the ACTUAL standard that is used.
Also may I ask if additional links to resources to broaden my knowledge (and everyone that asks questions about FHS) on these wonderful NIX* environments.
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