Ordinary: Text or code data
a table of contents, that stores a list of files within that directory.
Represent hardware or loqical devices.
eg.CD-ROM-Device is represented bt /dev/cd0
./sbin System utilities. sbin=system binary.
./dev files represent devices
./etc system configuration.
/usr user? contain system programs.
/usr/bin user's binary. cmd such as ls, cat.
/home contain user login directories and files
/var files dynamically change
/tmp hold files that are temporarily needed or created by app and program.
/opt optional. contain Linux command. such as gzip, tar.
/proc supported with AIX 5L. pseudo file system processes and kernel data structures to corresponding files.
pwd: print working directory
mkdir: make directory.
mkdir -m //special with a perticular set of permissions.
mkdir -p // create multiple directory.
rmdir: remove directory, & directory must be empty.
istat: display i-noe stat.
touch: update access & modification times, or create zero-length files.