Executable removed from /usr/bin on restart.
I have a program that does not install its executables to one of the locations in the standard path. It is a custom module for a custom box, so I can not modify it easily.
When I manually move or link the executable to /usr/bin (and other directories in the path), the files works and is found when called, as I want.
HOWEVER, when I restart the system the file or link disappears. Somehow its gets deleted during restart.
I use it through an SSH shell, again a custom module with inbuilt path, so I can not play with the compiled in path.
I NEED a way to properly copy the file to one of the directories in the path and let the system know it is valid and to LEAVE IT ALONE.
Has anybody got ideas on where and what for should I look?