Re: inews path question
Vincent Zweije <email@example.com> writes:
>>From the (admittedly years old) impression I got from inn, inews should be
> seen as the news injector (inject-news), corresponding to what sendmail
> is for mail, meant as a backend to other programs that allow you to
> post messages, but not supposed to be called directly by the end user.
> As such, the proper place would be /usr/sbin, or at least, it wouldn't
> need to go in /usr/bin.
If it's not meant to be invoked directly by a user, it should be put
in /usr/libexec/news/inews. It's located under /usr/libexec on the
Hopefully, Debian Policy (and FHS) will allow the use of libexec some
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