Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
by R. Russell, D. Quinlan, C. Yeoh
Publisher: Filesystem Hierarchy Standard Group 2004
Number of pages: 52
The filesystem standard has been designed to be used by Unix distribution developers, package developers, and system implementors. However, it is primarily intended to be a reference and is not a tutorial on how to manage a Unix filesystem or directory hierarchy.
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