Differences between /bin and /usr/bin & /sbin and /usr/sbin?
I just want to clarify the difference between /bin and /usr/bin. /sbin and /usr/sbin.
When it comes to booting /bin is only useful for booting with single user and recovery mode? /sbin is the main utilities folder for booting Linux?
Everything in /usr/bin are NOT root programs (but can be used with root)? /bin contains root programs?
In more modern distributions /bin is symlinked to /usr/bin and sbin is symlinked to /usr/sbin.
Have I got this correct?