Linux File System Demystified
Posted on: 04/19/2006 05:36 PM

OSWeekly.com takes a look at the Linux File System

Roughly speaking, Linux is a versatile operating system that supports a wide range of file systems. This is made possible by the unified interface of the Linux kernel. This unified interface is known as "virtual file interface." Note that it’s not a file system on its own but an interface that provides a clearly defined link between the operating system kernel and different file systems.

Linux File System Demystified


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