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Re: where do NEW packages go?



On Sun, 19 May 2002, Adam Heath wrote:

> On Sun, 19 May 2002, Joey Hess wrote:
>
> > Adam Heath wrote:
> > > Having /hurd has nothing to do with FHS.  You can have FHS, as well as having
> > > /hurd.
> >
> >        Software should never create or require special files or
> >        subdirectories in the root directory.  Other locations in the FHS
> >        hierarchy provide more than enough flexibility for any package.
>
> But what if the kernel makes use of it?  Should the kernel be considered
> software, for this definition?

Was the Hurd considered when the standard was drawn up?

Phil.

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