Re: Interpreting FHS
> True, but putting the packages directly under /usr is so "flat",
> and makes it impossible to put them on another partition. Maybe
> /usr/packages would be a better place, to (a) keep it under /usr,
> and (b) be able to mount it in a different partition.
Maybe a structure like this...
+ kmail -> ../kde/kmail/bin/kmail
+ kde -> kde2.2
...would help? Let's suppose /usr is mounted on a separate partition. Can you
then mount /usr/kde2.2 to a separate partition as well if it seems to grow
too big or do all mounted directories have to be in the root file system?