A Filesystem's Guide

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The first difference to the standard linux filesystem is that Openmoko lacks a /root directory.
 
The first difference to the standard linux filesystem is that Openmoko lacks a /root directory.
 
This directory is located under /home/root/
 
This directory is located under /home/root/
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Under /home/root/.evolution/ one can find the config and data files for contacts, calender, memos and tasks created on the Freerunner.
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The file /home/root/.ash_history seems to have a false name; correct would be .bash_history.

Revision as of 22:20, 7 July 2008

Note : The following is far from being complete


The Filesystem

Openmoko 2007.2

The Rootfilesystem consists out of the following directories:

  • bin
  • dev
  • home
  • media
  • proc
  • sys
  • usr
  • boot
  • etc
  • lib
  • mnt
  • sbin
  • tmp
  • var


The first difference to the standard linux filesystem is that Openmoko lacks a /root directory. This directory is located under /home/root/

Under /home/root/.evolution/ one can find the config and data files for contacts, calender, memos and tasks created on the Freerunner.

The file /home/root/.ash_history seems to have a false name; correct would be .bash_history.

Personal tools

Note : The following is far from being complete


The Filesystem

Openmoko 2007.2

The Rootfilesystem consists out of the following directories:

  • bin
  • dev
  • home
  • media
  • proc
  • sys
  • usr
  • boot
  • etc
  • lib
  • mnt
  • sbin
  • tmp
  • var


The first difference to the standard linux filesystem is that Openmoko lacks a /root directory. This directory is located under /home/root/