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 Some of the most common top level directories in the Linux file system. ​ Some of the most common top level directories in the Linux file system. ​
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 +**Checklist**
 +  * Distro(s): Any
  
 **Sources** **Sources**
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 |  /sys  | To interface with hardware devices managed by the kernel | |  /sys  | To interface with hardware devices managed by the kernel |
 |  /tmp  | Temporary files that could be deleted without warning during boot | |  /tmp  | Temporary files that could be deleted without warning during boot |
-|  /usr  | Directory containing sub directories with program files, libraries, and documentation. Typically mimics the contents of /. Not required during boot. |+|  /usr  | Directory containing sub directories with program files, libraries, and documentation. Typically mimics the contents of /. EL6: Not required during boot. EL7: Important directory contents has been relocated here; now required during boot. |
 |  /var  | Files that can change dynamically (log files, mail, and spool files) | |  /var  | Files that can change dynamically (log files, mail, and spool files) |
  
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