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This chapter introduces you to basic concepts which are useful to when getting started with a Kubuntu system.
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Translated and reviewed by Gabor Kelemen on 2006-12-29
Located in C/linux-basics.xml:18(para)
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In Linux and Unix everything is a file. Directories are files, files are files, and devices are files. Devices are usually referred to as nodes; however, they are still files.
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Translated and reviewed by Gabor Kelemen on 2006-12-29
Located in C/linux-basics.xml:24(para)
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Linux and Unix file systems are organized in a hierarchical, tree-like structure. The highest level of the file system is the <filename>/</filename> or root directory. All other files and directories exist under the root directory. For example, <filename>/home/jebediah/cheeses.odt</filename> shows the correct full path to the <filename>cheeses.odt</filename> file that exists in the <filename>jebediah</filename> directory, which is under the <filename>home</filename> directory, which in turn is under the root (<filename>/</filename>) directory.
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Translated and reviewed by Gabor Kelemen on 2006-12-29
Located in C/linux-basics.xml:25(para)
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Underneath the root (<filename>/</filename>) directory is a set of important directories common to most Linux distributions. The following is a listing of common directories that are directly under the root (<filename>/</filename>) directory:
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Translated and reviewed by Gabor Kelemen on 2006-12-29
Located in C/linux-basics.xml:26(para)
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<filename>/boot</filename> - <emphasis>boot</emphasis> configuration files, kernels, and other files needed at <emphasis>boot</emphasis> time
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Translated and reviewed by Gabor Kelemen on 2006-12-29
Located in C/linux-basics.xml:32(para)
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<filename>/etc</filename> - configuration files, startup scripts, <emphasis>etc</emphasis>.
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Located in C/linux-basics.xml:38(para)
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<filename>/home</filename> - <emphasis>home</emphasis> directories for different users
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Translated and reviewed by Gabor Kelemen on 2006-12-29
Located in C/linux-basics.xml:41(para)
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<filename>/initrd</filename> - used when creating a customized <emphasis>initrd</emphasis> boot process
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Located in C/linux-basics.xml:46(para)
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<filename>/media</filename> - automatically mounted (loaded) partitions on your hard drive and removable <emphasis>media</emphasis> such as CDs, digital cameras, etc.
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Located in C/linux-basics.xml:55(para)
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<filename>/mnt</filename> - manually <emphasis>m</emphasis>ou<emphasis>nt</emphasis>ed filesystems on your hard drive
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Located in C/linux-basics.xml:58(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Andrew Hazi, Csaba Feró, Gabor Kelemen, Guba Norbert (xmouse), Hóka Ádám, István Nyitrai, Karoly Gossler, Nx, Sevcsik András, Zaki, haliaetus.