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Linux file system structure and navigation

In this video, Bogdan Stashchuk explores the Linux file system structure and navigation.

In this video, you’ll explore Linux file system structure and navigation.

You will learn about:

  • structure of Linux file systems
  • subdirectories
  • home directories
  • PWD command
  • changing directories
  • moving to home and root folders
  • root folders
  • relative and absolute paths
  • using tabs
  • slash root directory vs slash directory.
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