Re: /media for sarge?
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On Wed, Apr 28, 2004 at 07:39:24PM +0200, Santiago Vila wrote:
> I don't want people to think we are more compliant because some empty
> directories were created during an upgrade. That would be a false
> sense of compliance. We will be *really* FHS compliant when apache
> config files start pointing to /srv instead of /var/www, and for
> /media, when the debian-installer team agree with apt authors about
> the best way to switch to /media/cdrom from /cdrom, etc.
apt-cdrom can only switch when /etc/fstab has been automatically upgraded,
since it doesn't know anything about devices (only mount points).