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Re: /usr/share/man

Previously Rob Lembree wrote:
> This would mean that any layered, possibly licensed product
> have its man pages potentially shared among machines in /usr/share,
> yet the binaries wouldn't necessarily be (not that one would
> particularly want that either!).

Please note that at installationtime you generally don't know if your
application will be shared amongst machines or not, so imho it doesn't
make a lot of sense to write a policy about that. 

> Ya, that's a good argument, but I wouldn't expect to see a 
> 'mount' manpage there though.

Why not? I can imagine someone using a customized mount with its own
manpage living there..


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