Re: missing FHS archives
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Instead of being slammed for inventing conspiracies where none would exist,
I would be perfectly happy to be proven wrong by someone providing
a link to such archives. As so many of you eloquently put, my comments
about /usr/libexec make me seem like an idiot because "its not in the FHS".
If I could see the archives, I WOULD research this before posting. So
far I have mostly a gut feeling that /usr/libexec is elegant.
/usr/lib for libraries! It just seems so confusing to be mixing up
executable programs with shared loadable libraries. A clear mixing of
function. Or I could just have FreeBSD braindamage.
Forgive the rambling; I just started fbsd kernel hacking and am finding
it much easier to get into than the linux kernel.
On Sun, 23 Jan 2000, Ben Collins wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 23, 2000 at 06:48:56PM -0800, Jonathan Walther wrote:
> > Web searches don't seem to pull up any archives of the fhs-discuss mailing
> > list. Is this some private secret list or something? I thought this was
> > an "open" process?
> Yeah that's it, it's all a big secret plot, and closed doors. Couldn't be
> anything like a human-error, or something non-trolling like that.
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