libexecdir and i686-pc-linux-gnu-dir
dscholz at reido.de
Mon Mar 19 08:56:39 PST 2001
I have two questions about the current LFS directory layout:
Wouldn't it be better, if we put the libexecdir in /usr/lib/libexec?
because the FHS says:
"/usr/lib includes object files, libraries, and internal binaries (!) that
are not intended to be executed directly by users or shell scripts."
and because I had problems when installing additional software packages:
f.e. if you want to install emacs with /usr/bin as libexecdir, subdirs would
be created in /usr/bin (I think, this is not FHS-compliant)
f.e. If you want to install gawk with /usr/bin as libexecdir, a subdir awk
would be created (is not possible, because of the mawk - awk symlink)
What's your opinion?
In my usr hierarchy there is a i686-pc-linux-gnu dir with an empty subdir
include (created by gcc).
Is it possible to delete it without consequences or - even better - how can
I modify the gcc build process so that this directory wouldn't be created.
Thanx in advance,
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