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Re: Filename conflict: /usr/bin/dstat (dstat and sleuthkit)

* Dag Wieers 

| > Given that dstat is the name of the upstream software, I think
| > renaming the /usr/bin/dstat provided by the dstat package is a bit
| > suboptimal. I'm wondering if renaming the /usr/bin/dstat in
| > sleuthkit to something else (nothing is immediately jumping to
| > mind, but the description in the manpage is "Display details of a
| > data structure (i.e. block or sector)".
| I guess it is like fstat for disks.

What's wrong with the name «diskstat», if so?

Even though this is UNIX, there is nothing stopping one from using
readable names.

Tollef Fog Heen                                                        ,''`.
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are      : :' :
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