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Re: Interpreting FHS

On Wed, Jan 16, 2002 at 07:40:26PM -0600, Ron Johnson wrote:
> Call me crazy, but I've always thought that soft symlinks could be great here:
> - Put each package in it's own subdir under, say, /pkg.
> - Next, put symlinks into /usr/bin, /usr/lib, /etc, ad nauseum, in order to follow the Debian Policy.
> This way, you could have /pkg/qt2, /pkg/qt3, /pkg/kde2, etc...  Maybe it's the DOS mentality of 1 subdir per program, but I think this makes things very organized.
> What's this about only 8500 sub-dirs in /usr?

The way he wrote the email/diagram he was putting each package under


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