Re: Re: Debian BSD.. cool idea
On Sun, Jan 30, 2000 at 01:52:49PM -0500, Dan Papasian wrote:
> It isn't a bad thing. But the UNIX way always has been put the
> software that is part of the base OS's into /usr, and software installed
> over it into /usr/local.
> Considering with Debian you have a hodepodge of packages from different
> vendors, the logical solution to keep with unix tradition would be have
> everything installed with the /minimal/ install of debian go into /usr
> and everything else go into /usr/local
Debian FreeBSD/FreeBSD will install to /usr/local/
Debian GNU/Linux will install to /usr/
Debian GNU/Hurd will install to /
Debian CygWin/NT will use C:\Program Files
Is this acceptable solution ?
(nothing is using /opt/ yet, we may still make one subdistro more)