Re: Where did /usr/tmp go?
Thanks for the information. I edited the appropriate tripwire
config file and had it use /var/tmp instead. Everything is
working fine again. Should this behavior be filed as a bug
against tripwire (if it hasn't already been done).
On 25-Feb-98 Behan Webster wrote:
> Paul Rightley wrote:
>> Last night, tripwire -initialize failed on me because I (suddenly?)
>> had no /usr/tmp directory. I swear I had one before. I made a
>> new one and chmod'ed it to 1777, but what happened to the old
>> directory? Does anyone have any ideas?
> You never actually had a /usr/tmp. It was a link to /var/tmp. The
> latest base-files removed the link as it should no longer be necessary.
> That link was for compatibility with older packages. Packages that
> should have already been updated to use /var/tmp.
> I suspect you updated your packages to the latest available from hamm
> I didn't make the change, I just watch the announcement on debian-devel.
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