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Re: Bug#379475: [Etch] Should sysfsutils be added to the base system?

Eduard Bloch <edi@gmx.de> writes:

> #include <hallo.h>
> * Otavio Salvador [Mon, Jul 24 2006, 09:26:58PM]:
>> > IMO it is much easier to find functionality like this if it is already 
>> > present on the system than if you have to search for it. And it seems to 
>> > me basic enough that it warrants inclusion in base, especially as 
>> > equivalent functionality for /proc/sys already is.
>> I agree that we already have equivalent functionality for /proc values
>> so makes sense to have it in too.
> I disagree. You compare a 11kB utility (sysctl) with a new 132kB
> package.

Well then we might work reducing the code size but at least am I
talking about functionality and that's important in my POV.

As Martin suggest we can split that part from sysfsutils in another
binary package and put it in base. That light reduce its size.

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