2.3.5b directory layout

Donnie Roos list at kaneda.demon.nl
Thu Jun 22 10:50:01 PDT 2000


At 01:25 AM 6/22/00 -0400, Gerard Beekmans wrote:

>> A 'tmp' and 'var' directory are created within $LFS/usr

>Quite a few programs use those directories. Having them as symlinks to
>/var and /tmp violates FHS so I removed it.

Why would symlinks violate the FHS and directories not?
AFAIK no program should use these dirs within 'usr'. Could you
give an example of such an program? (maybe the program should
be fixed)


<SNIP good explanation of the layout of /usr/local>

I see your reasoning here. I agree.


Donnie Roos

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