/bin Binarios básicos comunes a todos los usuarios

Bueno pues esto es lo que contiene el directorio /bin, una serie de utilidades basicas para manejarse en la linea de comandos.
Conozco bastantes de ellos ,otros como ln o mknod no me sonaban mucho.

cat: Utility to concatenate files to standard output
chgrp: Utility to change file group ownership
chmod: Utility to change file access permissions
chown: Utility to change file owner and group
cp: Utility to copy files and directories
date: Utility to print or set the system data and time
dd: Utility to convert and copy a file
df: Utility to report filesystem disk space usage
dmesg: Utility to print or control the kernel message buffer
echo: Utility to display a line of text
false: Utility to do nothing, unsuccessfully
hostname: Utility to show or set the system’s host name
kill: Utility to send signals to processes
ln: Utility to make links between files
login: Utility to begin a session on the system
ls: Utility to list directory contents
mkdir: Utility to make directories
mknod: Utility to make block or character special files
more: Utility to page through text
mount: Utility to mount a filesystem
mv: Utility to move/rename files
ps: Utility to report process status
pwd: Utility to print name of current working directory
rm: Utility to remove files or directories
rmdir: Utility to remove empty directories
sed: The `sed’ stream editor
sh: The Bourne command shell
stty: Utility to change and print terminal line settings
su: Utility to change user ID
sync: Utility to flush filesystem buffers
true: Utility to do nothing, successfully
umount: Utility to unmount file systems
uname: Utility to print system information

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