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ln -s /usr/doc /home/doc

I moved /usr/doc to /home/doc, since I have more space on the
partition that is mounted on /home. Then I created a softlink to it: 
ln -s /home/doc /usr/doc

The problem is now, that some packages (r-base 1.0.0-1 is an example)
store documentation in different locations, and refer to it with
softlinks using ../ These softlinks now clearly point to a non
existing location. Is there a nice solution to solve this problem?


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