FHS Compliant...

Ed Riddle eriddle at linuxcare.com
Fri Jun 30 22:25:04 PDT 2000

Quoting Gerard Beekmans on Fri, Jun 30, 2000 at 10:54:33AM -0400 :
> > Is "lfs" FHS-Compliant if it doesn't contain an "/opt" directory...???
> Sure I could create the directory, but it's not used in the book (opt is
> optional software and the book only installs mandatory basic system
> software). It's up to you. But the stuff that the book does contain is
> FHS compliant (it might be not so compliant here and there but I try my
> best to make it FHS compliant).

I've been thinking about the way I have seen this used.  I kind of
like the idea of using /opt for binaries that are not compiled from
source (heaven forbid we use that stuff:).

But, does that belong in LFS?

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