Hi, When i install applications in linux where do i normally put them? Where would i install them if i am a su and want everyone to be able to access the program? where would i put them if i am just a user and only want it for myself? and can you explain why please?
Well, usually it's a fairly standard one
BUT! You will notice that with most any and all binary distributions you WILL have either/or/and a README,INSTALL,SOME_OTHER_TEXT_FILE
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