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where to put binaries so they are always in path and can be found easily

I am making quite some binaries, scripts etc that I want to install easily (using my own rpms). Since I want them accessible for everyone, my intuition would be to put them in /usr/bin; no need to ...
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bin/bash script: toggle bluetooth state?

I'm trying to do an alfred workflow that toggles my bluetooth connection. STATUS=$(/usr/local/bin/blueutil status) if [ $STATUS == "on" ] then /usr/local/bin/blueutil off echo "off" else ...
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What is the difference between the BIN file generated by ImgBurn and UltraISO

I have a CD that I would like to generate a BIN file from (with a CUE file to accompany it). I used ImgBurn and UltraISO to to generate two BIN files. However, I have found out that BIN files ...
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Can you pull every bit of data & instruction out of an executable file via a hex editor?

Someone told me that viewing a binary file of a program, or similar, in a hex editor exposes the entire sum of data/instructions a program has. For example, like in game hackers/modders of old retro ...
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Why is there no /usr/bin/ in windows? Would it be dangerous to the entire Program Files to the path?

I am a Linux user spending some time in Windows and I'm trying to understand some of the Windows paradigms instead of fighting them. I notice that each program installed in the traditional manner ...
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Why ClamAV can't scan some files?

Whenever I try to execute a ClamAV scan on a file in many of my bin directories, it fails with a Can't open file or directory ERROR message. I know it's possible to get ClamdScan to scan the bin ...
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Accidentally deleted my /bin folder?

I was screwing around in a root terminal, and I accidentally deleted my entire /bin folder. Is this dangerous? What should I do to fix this? root@laptop:/# ls -l / total 80 drwxr-xr-x 3 root root ...
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Error:Unable to acsess jarfile [closed]

Whenever I turn on my HP Pavilion slimline (type of computer) it says Error:Unable to acsess jarfile C:/Users/Private/Appdata/RoamingServer258261055 The tab name is Java Virtual Machine Launcher ...
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How enter in folder with one command?

I work a lot in two folders: /home/valter/Dropbox/Development/git/valter /home/valter/Dropbox/Development/git/company I would like to create command like: $valter and enter in ...
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Create Bin file with imgBurn and command line

How can i create a bin file from audio cd with ImgBurn using command line? My operating system is windows 7 64 bit.
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Messed up /usr/ directory in Ubuntu. Can't sudo!

In ubuntu 11.04 I seem to have messed up the permissions/ownership of the /usr/ directory. It won't let me sudo -s to fix them! sudo: must be setuid root and I can't login as root because I'm on ...
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overwrote ~/bin folder

Somehow I accidentally overwrote my ~/bin. I typed the command: $ cp /home/dsg/Downloads/sbt-launch-0.7.4.jar ~/bin I was trying to copy the file into my bin folder but instead overwrote the folder. ...
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Best practice for storing custom commands (Unix)

I wish to know if there's any standard or recommended place to store your own custom commands (should you prefer not to install them in /usr/local/bin)? I'm referring to small gimmicks that I, ...
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How can I burn a .bin file to a flash drive and a floppy?

I'm looking for a small free utility without UI for burning a .bin file to a flash drive. I need floppy support too but I don't care to use another tool for that (again, no UI, just command line). ...
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How to mount a .bin file on a Mac?

I have a bin file and I want to mount it without having to burn it in my mac like my iso-files. How do I do that?