Together with files, directories constitute the UNIX
filesystem, which has a characteristic inverted tree structure
beginning at the root directory. As with files (see
you can create, rename, copy, erase, and compare directories.
You can also set access permissions on directories to prevent or
enable their use by other users. This is explained in
``Access control for files and directories''.
How directories are organized
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