Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) compliancy?
md at Linux.IT
Wed Mar 21 01:40:10 UTC 2001
On Mar 20, James Ralston <qralston+ml.inn-workers at andrew.cmu.edu> wrote:
>An example of situation #1 is PATHBIN and PATHAUTH. Currently,
>PATHAUTH is automatically defined as "$(PATHBIN)/auth". Under the
>FHS, PATHAUTH should most appropriately be /usr/lib/inn/auth, but the
I don't think there is any real difference between /usr/lib/news/auth
and the current /usr/lib/news/bin/auth .
>An example of situation #2 is LIBDIR, which winds up containing
>static/shared libraries (libinn and libstorage), as well as
>innreport_inn.pm, innshellvars*, and docheckgroups. All non-libraries
>should be in some other directory (or directories).
I don't agree. static libraries should be moved by the distribution
package-building script to /usr/lib, and the other files should go to
/usr/lib/news. But keeping everything in the same directory is an
acceptable solution too.
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