I have gone through a related thread here.
A colleague of mine has copied the
phantomjs binary to
/usr/bin. In our system, this binary will be used only by a non-root user. At the moment, the regular user is able to run this binary fine, but going to the thread posted in this question, it does not like a right thing to put a binary used by a non-root user under
/usr/bin. So is there any reason for me to move it from
/usr/local/bin or is it better to leave it at
/usr/bin? In other words, would it make any difference to a binary if it is put under
/usr/local/bin or it is a 'rule' that is generally followed?
[root@seco01 ~]# which phantomjs
/usr/local/bin is included in the