When we install a Linux distribution, we see that a number of directories are created. These created directories may be the same or partially different on various Linux distributions. You might know about the directory structures & what purpose they serve.
For those of you who don’t know about the Linux directory structure or have partial knowledge or just want to relook on Linux directory structure & its usage, this article will act as a reference guide.
We will start out this article with the Linux directories/partitions that are a must for every Linux system and are required for the Linux system to work properly.
These partitions are
/(which is root),
/boot partitions are absolutely required but a system might work without a swap partition, however, it’s recommended that we have one for our Linux system.