Re: traceroute in /usr/bin, not /usr/sbin
>>>>> "Brian" == Brian Russo <email@example.com> writes:
Brian> i'm inclined to just close this bug, especially since it
Brian> was normal and not wishlist.. you can say the same of many
Brian> things, "mount is useful to users when user option is set "
Brian> etc, all the user has to do is modify his $PATH.
Move it to /usr/bin . From the FHS v2.2:
4.10 /usr/sbin: Non-essential standard system binaries
This directory contains any non-essential binaries used exclusively by
the system administrator. System administration programs that are
required for system repair, system recovery, mounting /usr, or other
essential functions must be placed in /sbin instead.
traceroute is not used 'exclusively by the system administrator', nor
is it needed for bootup, so it must go in /usr/bin. Pretty simple.
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