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May 01, 2006

The Linux Filesystem Explained

Chess Griffin produces a really good podcast called LinuxReality and in Episode #11 he explained about the filesystem in Linux. To help me understand the filesystem I followed though the explaination on my Ubuntu laptop. I decided it would be good to convert the podcast into a screencast to help other new users like myself.

The screencast is now up on YouTube.com in two parts or a higher quality video can be downloaded directly here. I had to produce the video in Windows and hope everyone can play the .WMV file in what ever OS they are using.

Part One

Part Two

Posted by The Technician at May 1, 2006 08:35 PM


Thank you so much for doing this. It is a tremendous help to see it and to hear it at the same time. You're the bomb.....keep doing this!

Posted by: Reggie at May 13, 2006 12:40 AM