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comment Executables in /bin and /usr/bin are not found in path
What that means is that your path is being set by login(1). "The sequence of directories, separated by colons, searched by csh(1), sh(1), system(3), execvp(3), etc, when looking for an executable file. PATH is set to ``/usr/bin:/bin'' initially by login(1)."
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comment Show When Applications Were Opened and Closed
Yes, it's not really straightforward, pls follow the link in my answer, that provides more context for OpenBSM auditing.
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answered Show When Applications Were Opened and Closed