Re: startkde - cache problem
Am Samstag, 28. Februar 2004 17:01 schrieb Joerg de la Haye:
> Debian removes all files in /tmp during boot with the bootclean.sh-script,
> and I set up a symbolic link for /var/tmp to /tmp, so my cache files are
> gone after restart also. Did someone else make the same link?
> Does it make sense to have /tmp AND /var/tmp as two independent
The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard mentions as the difference between /tmp and
/var/tmp that the former should be cleaned after each reboot while the latter
shoud not—exactly as Debian does.
So it makes sense to have both because this distinction allows you to decide
how long you want to have your temporary files stored. I use /var/tmp for
temporarily storing more or less important data. Of course, /tmp would be
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