Location of some executables
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Wed May 11 17:08:11 EDT 2011
On 11/05/11 11:42, Gordan Bobic wrote:
>> FHS allows it. It used to be the norm for small disks and is also
>> allowable under BSD, OSX1 and older versions of SYSV (ie, older versions
>> of Solaris)
> My point is that "allowable" doesn't necessarily mean "useful".
If you want to build a linux package you should comply with FHS.
If you want to use solaris sematics, then compile for solaris or rewrite
FHS and have that accepted by the developer community at large.
Standards are there for a reason. Arbitrarily changing things around
because you think Solaris layout is "better" won't help ZFS's chances of
being mainstreamed (The major distros will reuse to include it, for
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