#include <hallo.h> Jeroen Dekkers wrote on Sun May 19, 2002 um 04:17:34AM: > > Why can't you follow FHS to the letter if you want to? > > Why don't you CC to debian-hurd or CC him? Maybe he can defend his > opinion then. Why don't _you_ provide a FAQ about this issue, or even provide some realistic arguments that others can reproduce? Sorry people, but I cannot see where the problems with Hurd are and as long as I do not see any, I must presume that there are some vain people going to reinvent the wheel. > allowed to add extra directories to / for example, but the system > would be unusable without /hurd. For *BSD, libexec is part of their > ABI as that's the directory of their loader. What is the problem? Make it /lib/exec and it is FHS compliant *g*. > The FHS says it's for "UNIX-like operating systems". GNU isn't > UNIX-like, you know what the acronym means. It's only POSIX > compatible. Other than that, the only OS specific annex is for > GNU/Linux. No BSD too. The FHS is just GNU/Linux, nothing more. Don't It does not mean GNU/Linux and only this duo. It may be your personal interpretation, not the common one. Gruss/Regards, Eduard. -- Java ist die Fortsetzung von C mit anderen Mitteln.
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