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This documentation is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AS DESCRIBED IN THE DISCLAIMER.
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A copy of the license is available here: <ulink type="help" url="help:/kubuntu/ccbysa.html">Creative Commons ShareAlike License</ulink>.
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2005-2009
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Canonical Ltd. and members of the Ubuntu Documentation Project
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The Ubuntu Documentation Project
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This chapter introduces you to basic concepts which are useful when getting started with a Kubuntu system.
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Directories and File Systems
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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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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/konqi/kubuntu.odt</filename> shows the correct full path, or absolute path, to the <filename>kubuntu.odt</filename> file that exists in the <filename>konqi</filename> directory, which is under the <filename>home</filename> directory, which in turn is under the root (<filename>/</filename>) directory.
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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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