Have we come up with any solution for the /usr/local problems yet? I
again find myself upgrading my debian machines, and all my debian
machines crap out with dpkg errors if packages try to touch /usr/local
(which on my system is an nfs mount).
The current policy amounts to "don't assume anything about
/usr/local, but go ahead and try and add/remove stuff from it
We need to come up with a better solution for this.
Richard W Kaszeta Graduate Student/Sysadmin
email@example.com University of MN, ME Dept
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