Re: File Systems.
Keld Jørn Simonsen wrote:
> I miss a place where "opt" packages can place their binaries,
> so that users do not need to add a new path every time a new
> application is added. Would that be /opt/bin or am I missing something?
> Keld Simonsen
That is /opt/bin. However, it is generally better to put the binaries
in /opt/<package>/bin and install symlinks in /opt/bin, since a major
reason for /opt/<package> is so that different packages (/opt packages
are assumed to be large) can reside on different filesystems if need be.