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Linux Administration Files

Now that we’ve learned how to navigate the Linux directory
tree and learned to manipulate files, we should take some time
to identify some of the more important files within Linux. We
will also identify some of the standard directories created
within the Linux directory architecture and identify where
important files are stored within the structure.

Home Directory

Each Linux user is assigned a home directory where you can
keep files and build upon the structure by creating your own
directories. The user home directories are identified by the
Linux login user name and can usually be found under a parent
directory called /home. If the users on your server are sally,
bill, joan, and fred, you would find a home directory structure as
demonstrated below.

/home
?? ?
?
? /bill
?
? /fred
?
? /joan
?
? /root <== you won’t find root’s home
directory here
?
? /sally


Remember that the root user is the all powerful administrative
user and is always present. You may expect the root user to have
a home directory like any other user. Indeed, root does have a
home directory; however you won’t find it under the /home
parent. Instead root’s home directory can be found by itself at
/root.


The above book excerpt is from:

Easy Linux Commands
Working Examples of Linux Command Syntax

ISBN: 0-9759135-0-6   

Terry Clark 

http://www.rampant-books.com/book_2005_1_linux_commands.htm 

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