Chapter 7. Filesystem

Table of Contents

FHS (Filesystem Hierarchy Standardization)
Permissions
Linux file systems
ISO file systems
Rock Ridge and Joilet
Mount a ISO image
Write ISO file system to a memory device
Microsoft File Systems
FAT
NTFS
Fix permissions
Encrypted File Systems
Encfs
Other encryption methods
Links
Symbolic links
Static links
Pipes and FIFO
Device files
Mount and umount
bind mount
fstab
AutoFs
Mount removable media
Autorun
udev
udev rules
Advanced udev rules
Proc
Sys
Hard disk
DMA (Direct Memory Access)
Partitions
Test programs
SMART (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology)
CD and DVD
RAM disks
Floppy disks
Format
Mount
Floppy image files
Files containing file systems
Putting file systems onto SDcards
Checksum
MD5 Message-Digest algorithm 5
SHA-1 and SHA-2
MD160
Integrity of CD/DVD's
File indexing
Duplicate files
Logical Volume Manager
Device Mapper
Filelight
Zip files
atool
bzip2
gzip and gunzip
Tar
unrar
Zcat
Zip
Unison
Unison on the command line
Unison with Microsoft file systems

To see what filesystem your system supports cat /proc/filesystems


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