I have done my Debian Distro reading but still have questions-
I understand that there are 3 major directories and 3 sets of sub-directories; containing index. One; Binary; (.gz & bz2)
Since the binary pkg's residise in the top level of the pool directory I'm confused about this.
After looking at all the different Linux trees I found on a Google page I was still uncertain and only one of them made sense to me. Sorry I haven't been able to copy/paste; just purchased this Sony & don't know how yet-(an ordeal all of it's own;lol)
I read about the sub directories that are meant for source pkg's and the other sub directories intended for the installation systems index files.
Does each distribution have the same number of index files?
Would these be on the far right of the tree (if I were standing on the roots) or the far left?
If this pool directory is at the top of the tree (where the modules are) what files are in between the first branch at the bottom and the last branch at the top?
Any information would be much obliged-