Re: traceroute in /usr/bin, not /usr/sbin
According to Wouter Verhelst:
> On Thu, 14 Jun 2001, Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:
> > > sendmail
> > why? When does a user call sendmail on the command line?
> When sending mail from the command line. I believe at least mail(1) does
> so, but there are numerous other MUA's that do.
Then the user doesn't call sendmail, mail(1) does. And in that case
it makes a lot of sense that sendmail is in /usr/sbin
> > And if
> > anything is hardcoded it's /usr/sbin/sendmail nowadays
> Actually, that's /usr/lib/sendmail.
Actually, that's /usr/sbin/sendmail. BSD has had it there for years,
and all autoconf (like) scripts I know of check /usr/sbin/sendmail,
usually even before /usr/lib/sendmail which is considered obsolete.