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On Wed, Mar 15, 2000 at 07:29:23AM -0500, Robert W. Current, Ph.D. wrote:
> http://www.debian.org/Lists-Archives/lsb-spec-0002/msg00015.html
> I strongly disagree with this (maybe it's too much BSD in my blood).
> I don't think that /etc/* should contain _all_ of anything. 
> /usr/local/etc/ should contain most of the stuff, and have init levels
> been definded yet at all?  They need to be.  Using RHS ones (which I'm
> not sure I agree with) I would say:

Are you trying to create a linux software base or a BSD software base?
This is a fundamental philosophical difference, and any attempt to
create a LSB that does not reflect that difference will only mean that
the LSB will be ignored. If you want a BSD system, run a BSD system.

Mike Stone

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