Re: ifupdown writes to /etc... a bug?
Thomas Hood <email@example.com> wrote:
> So, are there any technical obstacles to putting the
> run-time state files in a subdirectory of /etc rather
> than in the root directory?
> The advantage of /etc/run (or /etc/whatever) over /run is
> that it is compatible with the FHS: the FHS allows new
> subdirectories in /etc but not in /.
Wasn't the whole point of /run to move the _non_ configuration files
out of /etc which only resided there because /etc was the only
available writable place?