Re: hurd does NOT need /hurd
On Tue, 21 May 2002, Santiago Vila wrote:
> [ Sorry for the off-topic ].
> Adam Heath wrote:
> > What I want to know, is why can't existing locations be used for what hurd
> > developers want to place in /hurd.
> AFAIK, "what hurd developers want to place in /hurd" has always been there,
> so as far as GNU/Hurd is concerned, /hurd is the "existing location".
> So, hurd developers are already using "existing locations".
As pointed out in another place, technically anything can be put anywhere,
but this would cause untold confusion.
I would suggest that /hurd is the least confusing place to have a unique
and very important part of the GNU/Hurd os.
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