LPIC-1

Linux Pseudo File Systems: Free Guide

A pseudo file system does not exist on a physical hard disk,is created by the Kernel and only runs all in RAM while the system is running.

LPIC1 Category – 101.1 Determine and configure hardware settings

It uses the folders /proc and /sys to keep track of all processes and system hardware information.

Understand /proc folder

/proc folder

psudo file system /proc
cd /proc
cat cpuinfo
cd 1
cat cmdline
man proc

Understand /sys folder

/sys
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