Where is home directory in Ubuntu? Ubuntu Linux and LOUD
To view the different directories that can be browsed click on the Folder icon on the left side of the screen. A pop up window will open, on the right side you’ll see section places and a Home icon under it. That is your home directory.
Where is the home directory in Linux? The home directory is defined as part of the user’s account data (e.g. in the /etc/passwd file). On many systems—including most distributions of Linux and variants of BSD (e.g. OpenBSD)—the home directory for each user takes the form /home/username (where username is the name of the user account).
What is my home directory? (1) A storage folder that contains the user’s personal files. Starting with Windows Vista, the Windows home directory is userusername. In prior Windows versions, it was Documents and Settingsusername. In the Mac, the home directory is /users/username, and in most Linux/Unix systems, it is /home/username.
How do I get to my home directory in terminal? cd ~ (the tilde). The ~ means the home directory, so this command will always change back to your home directory (the default directory in which the Terminal opens).