Re: New release of iptraf
> > > Why not just have the file in /usr/doc/iptraf and run it from
> > > there in the postinst?
> > Well, /usr/doc is meant to be moving to /usr/share/doc with FHS, and
> > /usr/share is meant to be for architecture-inspecific data.
> It's a script isn't it? Scripts are rarely architecture-specific. I
It's not a script :(
> agree /usr/doc/ is a less than optimal place for a conversion script
> but my main point was that moving stuff around under dpkg's nose was
> Evil and should be avoided, other than that, I'm not really too
> bothered where it goes and so on.
The 'policy' place is /usr/sbin but then I should provide a man page. So I
thought to /usr/doc/iptraf because of the man page and that it is not really
part of iptraf, just an 'add-on' for this release and that it has only to be
run one time and then could be removed.
If someone could tell me the /right/ place, please, do it.
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