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Introduction to Linux Filesystems


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In this session, you'll about Linux filesystems.

Formatting and Filesystems

Before a raw disk can be used in Linux, it must undergo a process known as formatting. This process involves writing a filesystem to the disk, which is essential for organizing data and managing file operations.

What is a Filesystem?

A filesystem is a method of structuring and controlling how data is stored and retrieved from a storage device. Without a filesystem, the storage device would be unusable for standard file operations.

Popular Filesystems in Linux

Filesystems from Other Operating Systems

While Linux can read and sometimes write to these filesystems, additional compatibility tools may be required.

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