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Any UNIX system can have many users on it at any one time. As a user you are given a home directory in which you are placed whenever you log on to the system.
User's home directories are usually grouped together under a system directory such as /home. A large UNIX system may have several hundred users, with their home directories grouped in subdirectories according to some schema such as their organisational department.
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