Recently I've been converting my system over to ELF. In the process of this,
I noticed that in addition to /usr/sbin/, there's also a /usr/sbin/sbin/ which
has many of the same files contained in /usr/sbin/. I originally installed
my system using Slackware 2.x, so I assume this is due to Slackware.
Is /usr/sbin/sbin/ a standard Linux attribute, or is it a glitch which I can
safely combine into /usr/sbin/? I've been re-installing binaries from the
Slackware 3.0 distribution, and I can't seem to remember IT using
I want to get rid of it, but I'd like to be sure first! :)