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Purpose of different linux directories

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below are directories in my installation of linux, are all of them generally present in all fedora installations or these are custom. wehre can i find documentation for purpose and use of every directory ?

apps, cgroups, etc, lib media, net,root,srv,usr,
bin,code,home, lib64, misc, opt,sbin, sys,var
boot, dev, jobs, lost+found, mnt,proc,
selinux,tmp

any article will help me alot .
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