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Re: FHS compliance


>    Why don't Hurd servers are in /sbin or /usr/sbin?
> Because they don't belong there.  /hurd is infact FHS compliant,
> nothing prohibits a system distributor of introducing a new directory
> in /.

What is with /lib/hurd or /lib/servers? GNU/Linux has it modules
in /lib/modules/$kernel-version, so why you do not the same for Hurd?

In fact /hurd is very easy to use, but if there are same problems with
the FHS, it will be better ;)


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