redesignde the unix-like system directory
aryeh.friedman at gmail.com
Wed May 6 12:34:15 UTC 2020
Why redesign something that is not broken (and if redesigned would break
many things)? The directory structure Unix (and by extensions Unix-like
OS's) was designed to be the most generally useful one out there (designed
by evolution) and changing it would break many applications.
On Wed, May 6, 2020 at 8:30 AM kindu smith <malaizhichun at tom.com> wrote:
> Borrowing android and freebsd just to keep it simple:
> /app, application directory, various system-level applications
> /boot, boot directory, set up ABI, API, EFI, kernel, modules and other
> directories to store complete microkernel boot source code, interface,
> EFI partition information, modules.
> /cloud, various cloud applications
> /data, database, such as key, web page data
> /help, operating system manual
> /net, network information and server information, etc.
> /system , store the file system hierarchy (FHS) directory
> /user, user directory, set user account and information
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Aryeh M. Friedman, Lead Developer, http://www.PetiteCloud.org
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