Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)

A FHS standard compatible root has the following structure:
binEssential command binaries
bootStatic files of the boot loader
devDevice files
etcHost-specific system configuration
libEssential shared libraries and kernel modules
mediaMount point for removeable media
mntMount point for mounting a filesystem temporarily
optAdd-on application software packages
sbinEssential system binaries
srvData for services provided by this system
tmpTemporary files
usrSecondary hierarchy
varVariable data
/usr hierarchy
binMost user commands
includeHeader files included by C programs
localLocal hierarchy (empty after main installation)
sbinNon-vital system binaries
shareArchitecture-independent data


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