On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 01:59:24AM +0100, Ben Hutchings wrote:
I don't recall that being common practice on any multi-user Unix-like system I've used. (It's also not something a Windows user would expect,
Well, it was back in my university days, and it still is where I work. Maybe „multi-user” is wrong, but telling other user that the ISO lies on my system in /tmp is much easier than to tell them a location in my $HOME and to make sure they can access ist.
as they already get per-user temporary directories.)
One of the first things I do after a Windows installation is to create c:\temp. ;-)
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