Precedence for the Commandline $PATH

On the commandline the elements of PATH are checked from left to right.

an example (PATH)

the command test-my-command-precedence.sh which exists in
/bin/test-my-command-precedence.sh
/usr/bin/test-my-command-precedence.sh

for the following path

~/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin

the /usr/bin/test-my-command-precedence.sh gets precedence.

Vagrant, Host Machine, Guest machine.

guest machine – The virtual machine
host machine – Your local machine, hosting the guest machine.

guest port – The port on the virtual machine.
host port – The port on your local machine you want to use to access the guest port.

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