On Tue, 02 Dec 2003 15:27:20 -0500, Paul Morgan wrote:
> Default debian install creates no usr/local directories, at least it never
> has for me.
Sorry, I lied about this, I think it does create a set of empty
> Also, default debian installation does *not* put cwd in root's path.
I didn't lie about this :)
> And, note that the debian reference that you quoted doesn't say anything
> about /usr/local/bin or sbin, just that they should be able to do things
> in /usr/local. IMO /usr/local/bin and sbin are production directories and
> nothing should go in there which hasn't gone through the site's normal
> production QA and change/version control procedures, so root need be the
> only person who writes in there, used by the version control manager,