When I type this command 'ls' here is what I get:
[root@localhost ~]# ls
anaconda-ks.cfg autoscan.log Desktop install.log.syslog scsound.log swapfile
a.out configure.scan install.log oldflashplugins.tar.gz sqlplus workspace
As far as I understand this command 'ls' lists all the directories on the system, right? If so, then why common directories like var, etc, usr, mnt, boot are not displayed in the output of the command?
How do I list these common directories? Many thanks...