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

Previously Steve Langasek wrote:
> Not stepping into the actual flamewar here, but 'mount' is already in the
> default user path (/bin/mount), and therefore does not support the argument
> that traceroute should remain in /usr/sbin.

mount is useful for the average newbie user since he can use it to
mount floppies, cdroms, etc. The average newbie user has no use
for traceroute at all, it is a diagnostic tool networks, not a general
user thing.


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