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Users' home directories. If you have multiple users, you will see a directory in here for each user, named after their login name. Their personal settings are stored as invisible files in their home directory.
\section{lib}
This directory contains libraries that are essential for the binaries in \verb|/bin| and \verb|/sbin|. It also contains kernel module, whose filenames are identifiable as \verb|ld*| or \verb|lib*.so.*|.
This directory contains libraries that are essential for the binaries in \verb|/bin| and \verb|/sbin|. It also contains kernel module, whose filenames are identifiable as \verb|ld*| or \verb|lib*.so.*|. Unlike bin, it only contains system binaries which require root privilege.
\medskip
\noindent \textbf{lib32} and \textbf{lib64} — We are still in a transition between 32-bit and 64-bit systems.\footnote{How is this even possible? SMDH.} These two libraries clarify which register size to use. A 64-bit system may have compatibility for 32-bit binaries.
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\noindent \textbf{lib/modules} — This directory stores kernel modules (pieces of code that can be loaded and unloaded into the kernel upon demand, adding functionality to the kernel without needing to reboot the system\footnote{Handy, that.}), with each installed kernel having its own directory. The Linux kernel typically loads kernel modules from the appropriate kernel version directory.
To show which kernel modules are currently loaded, run
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$ lsmod
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\begin{verbatim}
$ modinfo module_name
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To list the options that are set for a loaded module:
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$systool -v -m module_name
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To display the configuration of a particular module:
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$ modprobe -c | grep module_name
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To list the dependancie of a module:
\begin{verbatim}
$ modprobe --show-depends module_name
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\section{media}
Mount points for removable media. Using a jump drive or SD card? This is where they are.
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Add-on application software packages.
Add-on application software packages. When some applications are installed directly from source, they will place themselves in \verb|opt|.
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A virtual filesystem providing process and kernel information as files. In general, the system automatically generates and populates these files.
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\verb|pandoc input.tex -o output.odt|
\verb|$ pandoc input.tex -o output.odt|
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