Re: Debian BSD.. cool idea!
Looks like we need to define some terms here.
Everything below /usr (stand, bin, sbin) are what is required
for an admin trying to get the system back up and running with /usr..
In other words, these are the files that are needed to _boot_ the system.
Then on /usr you have the minimum files needed, by judgement of the OS vendor,
to have a complete install of the OS.
Anything installed onto this minimal configuration goes into /usr/local.
The "base system" _is_ the minimal install.
Does this clarify things?
On Sat, Feb 12, 2000 at 09:22:07PM +1100, Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> I personally think Debian's arrangement is the only sensible one.
> The distinction /usr versus /usr/local on BSD is IMHO rather artificial;
> they're all vendor supplied, just that one is the base system and
> the other is not.
> Hamish Moffatt VK3SB. CCs of replies on mailing lists are welcome.
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