Re: FHS compliance
But they are binaries that make the system work, so they would fit
This is a useless way of arguing, ld.so.1 is a "binary
that make the system work", so is libc.so, and all files in /lib.
As I don't have (yet) a working Hurd system on one of my machines,
could someone list me the content of a typical /hurd?
Translators are in that directory, you cannot start them (in most
cases) by just typing /hurd/TRANSLATOR. The only useles options to
them is --help/--version. Hence, they do not belong in /sbin or /bin.