Re: mtr done, someone care to test?
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On Mon, 23 Feb 1998, Scott Ellis wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Feb 1998, Anand Kumria wrote:
> No, moving normal files is completly transparent. Although I have a
> general objection to moving mtr into /usr/sbin, I use network diagnostic
> programs all the time on my local machine and moving them to sbin just
> makes them more annoying to get at without adding extra security.
I know, so do I. However I thought it best to place mtr (a traceroute
variant) in the same location as the real traceroute (/usr/sbin), on the
presumption that if you are already using these tools you will likely have
/usr/sbin in your path. Do you think this is something I should raise on
debian-devel/debian-policy? Perhaps /usr/sbin should be in the default
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