Re: A section for commercial software?
Please, don't start putting stuff in /opt. This is a place where the
sysadm can put his stuff and I dont want to see that packages are
starting to put stuff in there.
The correct thing to do is to just put them in /usr/bin /usr/lib and so
on... What goes in here has nothing to do with who made the package but
what kind of file it is. And normal apps are put in /usr/<dir> maybe in
But dont make packages start putting stuff in places where users and adm
normaly might install things. I think /opt is as bad as /root/bin or
something like that.
Den 21 May 2001 16:33:43 +0200 skrev Wichert Akkerman:
> Previously John Hasler wrote:
> > If the packages are going to be managed by dpkg, why not put the files in
> > the usual places?
> Because they aren't provided by the OS (Debian in this case) itself,
> but by a third party.
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