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(/usr/local is not empty by default, the subdirectories are created: https://git.archlinux.org/svntogit/packages.git/tree/trunk/PKGBUILD?h=packages/filesystem#n152)
(this is the whole point of /usr/local as explained in the FHS standard, not an Arch invention)
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Arch Linux follows the ''file system hierarchy'' for operating systems using the [[systemd]] service manager. See {{man|7|file-hierarchy}} for an explanation of each directory along with their designations. In particular, {{ic|/bin}}, {{ic|/sbin}}, and {{ic|/usr/sbin}} are symbolic links to {{ic|/usr/bin}}, and {{ic|/lib}} (and {{ic|/lib64}} if applicable) are symbolic links to {{ic|/usr/lib}}.
 
Arch Linux follows the ''file system hierarchy'' for operating systems using the [[systemd]] service manager. See {{man|7|file-hierarchy}} for an explanation of each directory along with their designations. In particular, {{ic|/bin}}, {{ic|/sbin}}, and {{ic|/usr/sbin}} are symbolic links to {{ic|/usr/bin}}, and {{ic|/lib}} (and {{ic|/lib64}} if applicable) are symbolic links to {{ic|/usr/lib}}.
 
Since [[pacman]] installs to the {{ic|/usr}} directory, manually compiled/installed software installed to {{ic|/usr/local}} may peacefully co-exist with pacman-tracked system software.
 
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

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Arch Linux follows the file system hierarchy for operating systems using the systemd service manager. See file-hierarchy(7) for an explanation of each directory along with their designations. In particular, /bin, /sbin, and /usr/sbin are symbolic links to /usr/bin, and /lib (and /lib64 if applicable) are symbolic links to /usr/lib.

See also