The Linux filesystem can be a little confusing for Linux newcomers. This lesson demystifies how Linux handles storage media, including hard drives, USB memory sticks, and CD and DVD drives. You'll learn how Linux places files and folders on different media devices, and you'll find out what core folders are on your Linux filesystem. You'll see how Linux uses a single virtual directory to refer to files and folders, and you'll use both the graphical and command line interfaces to find your way around the Linux directory structure. After you master this lesson, the Linux filesystem will transform from overwhelming to easy.