Re: where do NEW packages go?
On Sun, May 19, 2002 at 02:17:29PM -0700, Thomas Bushnell, BSG wrote:
> /hurd (as the name suggests) is only sensible on the Hurd. It is
> inherently port-specific.
I think it's completely reasonable to have /hurd in a hurd annex to fhs.
I don't think I've even heard an argument against it. It seems to be the
same sort of thing as /proc or /lost+found--a fairly fundamental
property of the system rather than a matter for local convention.
> /libexec is what it is. I don't think anybody has an interest in
> forcing the use of /libexec on anyone.
This is a different matter. It makes no sense for one kernel in the
debian system to have a different spot for things that exist in the
other kernels. If libexec is really such a good idea, you should get
consensus to change it across the board either in fhs or debian policy.
This is *not* something that should be special cased on a per-port
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