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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.

Useful Directories

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

/usr/share/applications
Installed applications should have a link file here.

Also see
WikiPedia:Filesystem_Hierarchy_Standard
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