FSSTND: LINUX directory standard doc?

FSSTND: LINUX directory standard doc?

Post by Dominick Calabria x10 » Wed, 30 Nov 1994 06:00:24

Can anyone point me to the (current) Linux directory structure standard?  I would like to know what a standard Linux directory tree looks like and a description of what each directory is used for.

I think this standard is called FSSTND, at least that is what a Red Hat Software adverti*t called it, but I can't find it anywhere.  I searched my system, the Linux Toolkit CD and Gopher for references to FSSTND, standard, directory, etc but have come up empty.



1. Linux (or Unix?) file system standard (FSSTND)?

I read about a file system standard in the Red Hat online manual, that
recommends where in the directory structure to put what files.

Where can I get a copy of the draft or standard?

- Ian

Ian Chan                                                 Macintosh: Just use it.


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