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Re: Standard place for Bash Scripts

Stephen R. Laniel writes:
> If you want them to be available to all users, I suspect the canonical
> answer would be /usr/bin.

Don't put local software in /usr/bin.  It may collide with something
installed by the package manager.  Put it in /usr/local/bin.  That's what
it's for (except on BSD).

John Hasler

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