Creating a Linux command
When you start on Linux systems, the vocabulary tends to discourage more than one. They talk about Linux command, but "physically" what is a Linux command?
Very simple. This is an executable file (binary, script bash, python ...), that run by typing its name and is intended to do something.
The basic commands of Linux (man, cd, ls, pwd, cp, mv, mount, umount ...) are initially placed in the / bin directory of your system. The same for Unix.
However, files created by the user are placed in / usr / local for reasons of ergonomics.
Re: Creating a Linux command
Commands to create Linux, Unix and even, just write the code for this command to compile the case of a binary, and place it in / usr / local / bin. Remember to make it executable with chmod a + x file.
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