also sprach David D.W. Downey <email@example.com> [2002.03.29.0958 +0100]: > Want to know where all your files are kept? Read the FHS (google.com Linux > FHS) and the Unix9x (www.opengroup.org) standards. That's where your files > are kept. uhm, why are you maling this to me? if kmymoney2 violates the FHS, then please tell me straight up. i'll blame it on a 15 minute packaging time and a *not ready* flag. > Of all the distributions out there today, the Debian GNU/Linux distribution > follows these standards the closest. So, what you see on a Debian box for > executable locations, configuration files, log files, local data, and 3rd > party application locations will most likely (read 98% of the time) be in > the same locations on a Solaris, HP-UX, Trinux, or Irix box. > > While they may differ in their init styles (Think SysV vs. BSD style) the > file locations will most likely be the same. do what? have you ever worked with solaris??? > Just a few things to think about. that's nice, but i am failing to catch the reference to the thread... -- martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.) \____ echo mailto: !#^."<*>"|tr "<*> mailto:" net@madduck it may look like i'm just sitting here doing nothing. but i'm really actively waiting for all my problems to go away.
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