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/bin: This is the directory where essential user command binary files are kept

  • Contains commands such as mv , ls , and cp
  • bash and vi are also kept in /bin

See FHS#3_4_bin_Essential_user_command_b.

The FHS contains lists of commands that must be in /bin (or must have symbolic links in /bin) -- see FHS#3_4_2_Requirements and FHS#3_4_3_Specific_Options. There must be no subdirectories in /bin.

See also /sbin and /usr/bin.


  • GrantFraser - 15 Jan 2002
  • RandyKramer - 26 Jan 2002
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