"I know I learned a few things after reading the official
documentation to the Linux directory. One of things I have wondered
for a long time was the difference between /media and /mnt. Find
out in this article along with why the administrative username is
called root... "proc
Proc is a special virtual directory like /dev that contains process
information. It contains runtime system info like: system memory,
devices mounted, hardware configuration, etc.
Srv is a serve folder. It holds site specific data to be served by
the system for protocols such as, ftp, rsync, www, cvs etc. To be
compliant distributions include this folder but I have not seen it
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