Стандарт на структуру каталогов файловой системы

         

Стандарт на структуру каталогов файловой системы

Стандарт на структуру каталогов файловой системы
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 1 Introduction
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 2 The Filesystem
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.1 Purpose
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.2 Requirements

Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.5 /boot : Static files of the boot loader
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.6 /dev : Device files
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.4 /bin : Essential user command binaries (for use by all users)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.8 /home : User home directories (optional)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.9 /lib : основные разделяемые библиотеки и модули ядра


Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.7 /etc : Host-specific system configuration
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard

Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.13 /root : Home directory for the root user (optional)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.12 /opt : Add-on application software packages
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.15 /tmp : Temporary files
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 3.14 /sbin : System binaries
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.1 Purpose
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.10 /usr/sbin : Non-essential standard system binaries
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.12 /usr/src : Source code (optional)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.2 Requirements
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.3 Specific Options

Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.4 /usr/X11R6 : X Window System, Version 11 Release 6 (optional)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.5 /usr/bin : Most user commands
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.11 /usr/share : Architecture-independent data
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.6 /usr/include : Directory for standard include files.

Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.7 /usr/lib : Libraries for programming and packages
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.8 /usr/libqual : Alternate format libraries (optional)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 4.9 /usr/local : Local hierarchy
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.1 Purpose
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.10 /var/log : Log files and directories
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.11 /var/mail : User mailbox files (optional)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.12 /var/opt : Variable data for /opt
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.13 /var/run : Run-time variable data
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.15 /var/tmp : Temporary files preserved between system reboots
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.14 /var/spool : Application spool data
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Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.2 Requirements
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.4 /var/account : Process accounting logs (optional)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.3 Specific Options
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.6 /var/crash : System crash dumps (optional)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.7 /var/games : Variable game data (optional)
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.5 /var/cache : Application cache data
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.9 /var/lock : Lock files
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.8 /var/lib : Variable state information

Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 5.8 /var/lib : Variable state information - 2
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 6 Operating System Specific Annex
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 6.1 Linux
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 7.1 The FHS mailing list
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 7.2 Background of the FHS
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 7.3 General Guidelines
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 7.5 Acknowledgments
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 7.4 Scope
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 7 Appendix
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - 7.6 Contributors

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