Re: traceroute in /usr/bin, not /usr/sbin
Craig Sanders writes:
> Richard Kettlewell wrote:
>> So leave a link behind in /usr/sbin. The point of having things in
>> /usr/bin is to get them onto the default user path.
> we've been over this before. such ugliness does not belong in
> a package.
Where is it forbidden?
I note that there is a precedent in the form of /usr/lib/sendmail.
> adding /sbin and /usr/sbin to the default PATH would be a much
> better solution. not having them in the path doesn't do anything
So do that, then. (And remove the policy that Debian complies with
> and even as "security by obscurity" it's pretty pathetic.
It's nothing to do with security. I don't know why you're implying
that I think it does.