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[vulture@aoi.dyndns.org: Bug#100744: Binary should be in /usr/bin, since it's useful to non-admins.]

comments on this?
a) move it
b) symlink
c) leave it

i'm inclined to just close this bug, especially since it was normal
and not wishlist.. you can say the same of many things, "mount is
useful to users when user option is set " etc, all the user has to
do is modify his $PATH.

 - bri
CC: any replies to me

----- Forwarded message from Alexander Hvostov <vulture@aoi.dyndns.org> -----

Package: traceroute-nanog
Version: 6.1.1-1
Severity: normal

In my opinion, the `traceroute' binary in this package should not be in /usr/sbin,
which is supposed to contain binaries that are only of use to the system
administrator. Since `traceroute' is readily useful to normal users, it should
be in `/usr/bin' instead.

Brian Russo      <brusso@phys.hawaii.edu>
Debian/GNU Linux <wolfie@debian.org> http://www.debian.org

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