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File system in linux/unix based distros
Hi everyone. I'll be honest. My knowledge of linux/unix is deficent in some aspects. I use antergos for 2 years now and some necessary info I have learned thru YT videos. But not everything. Still I don't get it how file system works. I know that everything in os is listed like in tree and everything can be opened, coz it is basicly a file. Is there any wiki section, latest video or other info how file system structure works? Is it different for every distro?
I want to know, so I'll be abe to fully understand how linux/unix systems work