Am Son, 2003-09-28 um 10.55 schrieb Robert Jordens: > Hello! > > [Sun, 28 Sep 2003] Cameron Patrick wrote: > > | /usr/share is for architecture independent data. As the root fs for the > > | clients can be regenerated, that should go into > > | /var/lib/ltsp/<arch>. > > > > No, in LTSP the one root filesystem image is static data shared between > > all clients of a given arch and can't be regenerated except by > > reinstalling LTSP: thus it belongs in /usr not /var. Also it is > > Oh yes. You are right. I thought the root tree was still being gererated > from the host server's tree, but those times seem to have passed. > > But this is strange. Why does lts-core include it's own version of > busybox and X and other packages? Why not use the Debian packages and > unpack them into the lts-root? What about security fixes as the recent > one in xfree86? Those don't get onto the lts-clients until a new lts is > uploaded. All this things will be fixed by me. i'm actuallay only use the directory tree and some specials like get_ltscfg all the other binarys are copied by me from hand so on my ltsp package you run only (excluding the lstconfs) "debian-binarys" ( i actually write a script wich will do that) to the right place. long before i run dpkg-buildpackage. so if lets say busybox get e security hole in this moment when i get an update from sec.d.o i build a new package with the fixed holes. Daniel > > Robert. > > -- > I asked the engineer who designed the communication terminal's keyboards > why these were not manufactured in a central facility, in view of the > small number needed [1 per month] in his factory. He explained that this > would be contrary to the political concept of local self-sufficiency. > Therefore, each factory needing keyboards, no matter how few, manufactures > them completely, even molding the keypads. > -- Isaac Auerbach, IEEE "Computer", Nov. 1979 -- Retrieve my key from: www.keyserver.de blackhole.pca.dfn.de horowitz.surfnet.nl keyID 7B196671 or send email with subject "fetch key"
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