[Linux] Directory under the root

/ Top.

/bin Basic commands required for system configuration.

/boot For startup.

/dev For device investigation.

/etc For system settings.

/home The user's home directory.

/lib Shared library for / bin, / sbin

/lost+found Lost & corrupted files

/misc Miscellaneous files.

/mnt Mount point for temporary partitions.

/proc Kernel check file.

/root Superuser home directory.

/sbin Administrative command.

/tmp temporary file. A principle that all users can use freely.

/usr Hierarchy for users.

/va Logs, spools, system definition files, etc.

/var Files that change a lot. Log files etc.

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