Re: Intent to takeover: manpages-es
On Mon, 5 Apr 1999, John Lapeyre wrote:
> *Santiago Vila wrote:
> > I understand that changing slink's man-db config file could be enough for
> > using a potato package in a slink system (question: it is?), so if you or
> > anybody else present a policy proposal, I'm sure you will get two
> > seconds quickly, and I will not object.
> How about allowing it as long as backwards compatible links are
> provided ?
This could be a solution, but an ugly one.
I think it is better to do it right, at a time.
> But,I guess some package which use relative path names, would still
> break when share and usr are on different file systems...
I think this would only happen if share or usr are symlinks. If
you just mount a filesystem under /usr/share, things would work.
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