Filesystem types

Common filesystem types compatible with Linux include:

ext2

The standard Linux filesystem.

ext3

A journaling filesystem that is backward-compatible with ext2.

iso9660

The standard CD-ROM format.

vfat

The Microsoft Windows FAT filesystem.

nfs

Remote servers.

proc

A system abstraction for access to kernel parameters.

swap

Swap partitions.

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