Also to clear up /bin vs /sbin:
- /sbin – Files needed for bootup/recovery that are only used by superuser (e.g., fsck)
- /bin – Files needed for bootup/recovery that are used by all users (e.g., bash)
- /usr/sbin – Files used only by superuser that aren’t required for recovery/bootup (generally dynamically linked) (e.g., ntpdate)
- /usr/bin – Files used by everybody that aren’t required for bootup/recovery
Now if you want your linux world turned up-side-down, checkout GoboLinux.
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