Re: history (Was Re: Corel/Debian Linux Installer)
Bernd Eckenfels <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> just a minor thing, if you want to make /usr shared or ro-mounted it is
> better to place /home on var. This is also true if you use proxies and news
If you have /usr over network, /home will be networked too. :)
> spools which take up huge amounts of free space. I also link /usr/src to my
> home dir.
> If I need to worry about logs i give them my own partition...
Yes, /var :) Everything big in var goes somewhere else (like spool and
squid) if needed.
May the Source be with you.