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Re: File Systems.

On 20 Mar 2000, Jochem Huhmann wrote:

> Sorry for asking back: What technical or logical reasons do distributors
> have to insist on defining at will what is part of the base system and
> what not? As I've said more than once, the issue actually is not where
> the software should go to, the issue is if LSB should define a base
> system or not.

Why are an OS base and the contents of /usr identical? I don't think they
are, and putting things in /usr which are not part of the base OS is
perfectly reasonable and well-accepted in the Linux community.


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