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Linux Directory Structure

Linux Directory Structure also known as 'Filesystem Hierarchy Standard' and 'RootFs' defines the main directories and their contents in Linux operating systems, including Puppy. In frugal installation it is held in a series of compressed files BaseSFS, Pup SaveFile and other SFSs.

Useful Directories

Any media that is mounted should have a directory here including hard-drive partitions, cds, usbs and archive files such as SquashFS.

Installed applications should have a link file here.

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