Re: E: aircrack-ng: FSSTND-dir-in-usr usr/man/
Panu Kalliokoski a écrit :
You are right... The upstream Makefile has been modified and installs
man into /usr/man/man1. I will ask the official upstream maintener about
that, I don't think it's a good idea.
On Thu, Apr 27, 2006 at 09:48:14AM +0200, Le_Vert wrote:
When I installed the manpage in usual directory (/usr/share/man/man1) I
E: aircrack-ng: FSSTND-dir-in-usr usr/man/
N: As of policy version 220.127.116.11, Debian no longer follows the FSSTND.
N: N: Instead, the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS), version 2.1, is
N: used. You can find it in /usr/share/doc/debian-policy/fhs/ .
It might be that something else than the manpage installation is causing
/usr/man to be added. Check the content list with dpkg --contents. If
it has some lines with /usr/man instead of /usr/share/man, try to find
out what's causing them.
A last question :
I made a diff on a directory. This directory contains a new file, so I
must use patch with -NP to get it. What's about dpatch ? It just applies
patch to the existing files but doesn't create the new one...