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Re: hurd does NOT need /hurd



Hmm, well, thats true for /sbin, but the /bin/translators or /bin/servers 
would be exactly what you are looking for. Its a directory under which 
binaries are supposed to go, its not in path, its in rootfs and its
clearly unclaimed so far. If linux modules are libraries and are placed
under /lib/modules then hurd's translators, which are binaries can be 
placed under /bin/translators. That sounds logical to me.

-Jiri

On Sun 19-05-02 20:38:12, Thomas Bushnell, BSG wrote:
> Jiri Klouda <jk@zg.cz> writes:
> 
> > Maybe they can just be put in /sbin or /bin/translators for
> > the matter? That would solve the problem, sort of.
> 
> /sbin *is* supposed to be in root's path.  
> 
> Translators 
> 1) are for all users, not just root
> 2) shouldn't be in anyone's path.
> 
> /bin/translators has nothing particularly to recommend it as far as I
> can see.
> 

-- 
Jiri Klouda <jk@zg.cz>
http://www.zg.cz/~jk

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