Bug#679128: useless (?) dichotomy: sysfs is located under /bin on kfreebsd systems, while /sbin on Linuxes
On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 09:22:25PM +0200, Robert Millan wrote:
> What's the reason for putting it in /sbin?
It's and admin program that can be used before remote filesystems are
> > I suspect the program is in that package because the freebsd /proc
> > emulation is a little sad, to say the least.
> Actually proc is unrelated here (on kFreeBSD, sysctl doesn't rely on proc).
That's another way of putting it. While the Linux sysctl needs proc, the
kFreeBSD ones doesn't or shouldn't or can't (doesn't matter which, it
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