Re: standard for executable files under /usr/share
On Tue, Mar 18, 2003 at 12:23:44PM +0100, Russell Coker wrote:
> It seems that many packages have binaries under /usr/share, here are a few
> examples of regex's that match Debian-specific binaries under /usr/share:
> The problem for me is that as part of my work maintaining Debian packages of
> SE Linux policy I have to track all of these.
> The problem for SE Linux users is that there are undoubtably many I have not
> discovered yet which will therefore have the wrong security type on a default
> setup and not work.
> The problem for the people who maintain such packages is that some SE Linux
> users may file bug reports against your package by mistake instead of
> informing me.
> I suggest that we have a standard for names of such files. Something like
> /usr/share/package/bin/.+ would do well. That will make things a lot easier
> for SE Linux users (and users of other security systems).
Why not simply /usr/share/bin ?