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Handy, but why on earth do it in upper case!?
Yeah! these are LOWER case files; It would have looked better. Nice to have, Thanks.
Thanks for the helpful image.. Comment from Rob Goretsky of Hoboken, NJ
Uppercase is actually quite wrong, but aside from that, is this compliant with the FHS?
I don't think anyone's going to go through their fs and rename everything uppercase so I guess it doesn't matter what case it is. I wasn't confused and have printed extra copies for my brothers. Thanks for the resource!
Thank you Guys for your commentthey are in CAPS to be more readableI will work on another one in small letters
for more readings on Linux File system you can check this link http://www.pathname.com/fhs/pub/fhs-2.3.pdf
Nice chart !The quoted word "ROOT" at the top is a comment/label and should be *black*, not blue, for consistency - and to avoid confusions with /root .For further clarity I would expand to something like "Root node" or you can find a better label
"they are in CAPS to be more readable"CAPS IS MUCH HARDER TO READ than lowercase text.
yeh, loVercase please ;)But this is quite a handy graphic, i like it!
Thanks, good informationhttp://myworldofpc.blogspot.com/2009/01/linux-file-system-layout_07.html
Thank you for sharing your diagram, it is cool
nice image.it was pretty useful
can anyone tell me about/dev/tty/dev/console
@Singhdom]check this link pleasehttp://tldp.org/HOWTO/Text-Terminal-HOWTO-7.htmlGood Luck
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