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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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4.5 Il filesystem Unix-like

Nei sistemi operativi GNU/Linux e negli altri Unix-like, i file sono organizzati in directory. [30] Tutti i file e le directory sono organizzati in un unico grande albero, la gerarchia dei file, la cui radice � /.

Questi file e directory possono essere sparsi su vari device. Il comando mount(8) attacca il file system trovato su un device al grande albero. Al contrario, il comando umount(8) lo staccher� nuovamente.


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