Re: Move all to /usr
>>>>> Philipp Kern <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>>>> On 2011-10-11, Ognyan Kulev <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>>> На 11.10.2011 17:32, Marco d'Itri написа:
>> /usr/src -> /usr/share/src
> Probably depends if you want to support compile outputs there. I
> guess some people compile their kernels there.
Which isn't a good practice, anyway. For the kernel, it was my
preference to have a single source hierarchy, and a separate
hierarchy for each build, under, e. g., /var/tmp/, or /home/.
(I haven't build a kernel for a while, though.)
With /usr mounted read-only, it's still a suitable place for
sources, but hardly so for builds.
>> /usr/local -> /local
> Don't know what you want to say with that, apart from getting rid of
I did it this way, and I did it the other. I feel no
As for the shared /usr, having local/ under /usr allows for
site-specific software to be seen by the NFS clients, which is
probably what one would want.
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