Default created directories and files after installation of Linux system have newer creation date than modified date
- Nightly flatpak: Yes
- Other: Fedora 33 (GNOME)
- nautilus 96b46687
Steps to reproduce
- Create a Live USB for Fedora 33 (GNOME) with rufus on Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. rufus uses FAT32 as file system for this Live USB by default.
In this case I took the latest version 3.13 https://github.com/pbatard/rufus/releases
Restart the computer or notebook and boot from Live USB.
Install Fedora 33 (GNOME) on the computer or notebook - internal disks. By default, Btrfs is used as the file system.
Install the nightly nautilus version via flatpak.
Open the nightly nautilus version.
Add "Created" to the column.
Look at the default created directories and files from the installation of Fedora 33 (GNOME).
In nautilus -> Other Locations -> On this Computer -> Computer -> /
The default created directories and files usually have newer creation date than modified date. Sometimes there is no entry for creation date.
I have not checked all directories and files individually.
Created date is illogical for default created directories and files.
The expectation is that the creation date for directories and files created by default by the Linux system must have a logical creation date. That is, the creation date relative to other timestamps must be the same or earlier. But never after or empty.