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Re: FHS compliance

> FHS assumes that every program works from the shell. Hurd servers
> don't really work from the shell.

Noone starts init on the shell, and it is in /sbin.

> What the FHS calls "binaries" are only some executables on the Hurd;
> we have other executables that don't work like FHS "binaries", gotcha?

Sincerely, I'm not sure I see why it is needed to make a difference. I
may ask the question from a different point of view: does it harm to
respect FHS and put what is in /hurd in /sbin and /usr/sbin?

Nowhere man
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