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Old 08-13-2016, 11:35 AM   #1
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Linux Filesystems Explained


Hi,

For new users;
Quote:
Linux Filesystems Explained
Introduction to File systems

File systems are one of the things any newcomer to linux must become acquainted with. In the world of Microsoft you never really have to worry about it, the default being NTFS. Linux however, being built on a world of open source and differing opinions, is not limited in this way and so the user should have an understanding of what a file system is, and how it affects the computer.
Good external links for more information.
Hope this helps.
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