Re: [email@example.com: Bug#100744: Binary should be in /usr/bin, since it's useful to non-admins.]
On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 12:46:06AM +1000, Timshel Knoll wrote:
> To try to keep everybody *somewhat* happy, why not:
> - keep the install location of traceroute as /usr/sbin
> - provide a debconf question asking the admin if they would like a
> /usr/bin/traceroute -> ../sbin/traceroute symlink created
> - create the above link in the postinst ...
actually the symlink could be created in any case, what is the point in
creating a single question for this?
> This would allow people of both camps (ie. allowing users easy access to
> traceroute vs. trying to make it hard for users to use traceroute) ...
heh, well sayed.. 'trying to make it hard for users to use traceroute'
this is exactly the point. making things easy or hard. i don't see any
reason to keep users from accessing traceroute anyways. Is there any
reason for this?
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