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Fedore Core 2 Directory Contents

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I am fairly new to linux and have been looking for a complete explanation on what the root directory structure contents are. I would like to know what files and directories from root are so that I know where to look for certain issues.

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Hi ,

You probably looking for FILESYSTEM HIERARCHY STANDART:

have a look on this link I will help :

http://www.linuxarkivet.se/howto/HighQuality-Apps-HOWTO/fhs.html
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thanks, exactly what I was looking for
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