Category: file systems

File systems: fat32 and vfat

Self-tutoring about computer systems: the tutor shares a term. vfat, apparently, is a file system type of which fat32 is a variety.

Computer science: when a relative path stops working

Self-tutoring about computer science: the tutor shares a recent discovery. I’ve been using a directory structure in a new context that doesn’t seem to recognize relative paths. For instance, let’s imagine the directory structure From dir3, the link ./the_file.txt used

Windows: file permissions: what does Bypass Traverse Checking mean?

Researching file permissions can mean self-tutoring. The tutor relays the idea of Bypass Traverse Checking. Bypass Traverse Checking (file permission) This permission allows a user to access a specific file that is not protected, but which resides in a folder

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