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Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Ubuntu mirrors: http://mirrors.slickstack.io/ubuntu/

 

Ubuntu 18.04 directory structure:

 

In other words the only directories you need for SlickStack are:

 

In other words, while Ubuntu system folders and files are of course required for the server and thus SlickStack to function properly, it should be noted that SlickStack scripts, cron jobs, logs, and other files are only stored in the bold folders above. That said, the various modules of SlickStack such as Nginx, MySQL, etc might maintain their own files in some of the other Ubuntu system folders, too. For example, the process file (pid file) for Nginx is stored at: /run/nginx.pid

 

These root symlinks can be safely deleted but they regenerate themselves anyways anytime that the Ubuntu kernel is upgraded:

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