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A filesystem is a method of storing and organizing files &mdash; not only in Linux, but also in other computer operating systems. In Linux, most files are <quote>regular files</quote>, except <emphasis>directories</emphasis>, <emphasis>special files</emphasis>, <emphasis>links</emphasis>, <emphasis>sockets</emphasis>, and <emphasis>named pipes</emphasis>. The most common filetypes that users interact with are regular files, directories, and links.
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