reach out and touch cats
@Ronflaix trying to work out why my `cat` is in /usr/bin as well as /bin?? i guess, if they fits they sits
$ touch cat
@Ronflaix sudo touch /usr/bin/cat
@jk Because symlinks? Archlinux for instance symlinks /bin to /usr/bin
@Ronflaix yeah, cygwin does, but ubuntu doesn't; i wonder what the advantage is, surely things should just look in $PATH
@Ronflaix server survey: debian and mint don't either, which makes sense
@jk I heard that toot. have to play the song now...
Your own personal feline
Your own personal Felis.
@jk I wanted to! But the cat in question slunk into the bushes while I was finding a pole to lean my bike against.
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