jplooney at compapp.dcu.ie spoke thusly:
> Well, anything in /usr isn't supposed to be needed if the system s in
>trouble. Like when shared libraries don't work...
>> I was certain that /sbin was for static executables. Has this been
>changed, now that we have elf, and it's harder to break ld.so, or was it
>always like that ? I know on SunOS, everything in /sbin was statically
redhat linux systems, and others i'm sure, put everything needed for
shared libs in /bin, /sbin, and /lib. that way things like rescue disks
can have lots of utils (static bins being bigger).
(must use a different libc since libc on this box is 4megs...)
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