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Re: chroot bind?

On Sun, Apr 22, 2001 at 09:25:14PM -0400, Jaldhar H. Vyas wrote:
> Because it is a non-standard /var directory, I thought it would be helpful
> to name it after the package it belonged to.

Just a follow up on this.  Haven't spent much time on the actual package
as its seems quite straight to do and in order to make an official
debian package its better to sort out the politics of file location

I've managed to find the FHS archive
(http://linux.iaeste.or.at/list-archives/fhs-discuss/) and there has
been some discussion recently about /svr.

See 3.17 in

Note though that in the mailing list there has been a little dis-content
about /svr vs /var, etc etc.  So it might not finalise for 2.2.

Anyway, given the wording of FHS 2.2 S3.17 I figure /svr/domain would be
a FHS-complinate location for a chroot domain server.

I need to spend some more time examining the situation before I can
comment further.


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