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chown -R <user> /usr/bin in arch thinking I could easily fix it if anything went wrong. Unfortunately, that has proven to be incorrect.
As a result of this, startx won't run i3 automatically at startup, ping won't work, and loading webpages seems really slow.
I am able to get sudo working by running
chown root /usr/bin/sudo && chmod 4755 /usr/bin/sudo, but giving root recursive ownership of
/usr/bin doesn't seem to reverse the effects of my chmod.
How can I reverse this?