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Re: Read-only /usr



On Sun, Nov 04, 2001 at 10:16:11PM -0500, Matt Zimmerman wrote:
> This can also free up a significant amount of memory by allowing each shared
> library to be mapped only once, instead of twice (old and new versions).

The point isn't that everybody should be using a readonly /usr.  The
point is that some people would like to, they should be expected to be
aware of the advantages and disadvantages, and their configuration
supported by the packaging system if possible.

This is not a proposal to force all Debian users to have a readonly
/usr.  Yeesh.  It's a feature request on the part of a minority of users
who do.

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