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The /bin directory contains binary program files which are used by the system during startup, but which also may be required by users once the system is fully up and running. Examples include /bin/bash, cp, grep, more, pwd, touch and many others.
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The /bin directory contains binary program files which are used by the system during startup, but which also may be required by users once the system is fully up and running. Examples include /bin/bash, cp, grep, more, pwd, touch and many others. [http://tldp.org/LDP/Linux-Filesystem-Hierarchy/html/bin.html more detail]
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Revision as of 22:27, 25 September 2006

The /bin directory contains binary program files which are used by the system during startup, but which also may be required by users once the system is fully up and running. Examples include /bin/bash, cp, grep, more, pwd, touch and many others. more detail

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