The bin directory contains many of the most frequently used commands for both, the administrator and all users of the system. This directory will contain the installed usable shells as well as any commands that would be required if major directories are located in different file systems (partitions) and are not mounted (like /usr). This is potentially valuable if one would need to repair other partitions and the system can boot only into single user mode. In addition, the directory will contain programs that boot process (scripts) may depend on.
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