begin Paul J Collins quotation:
> I must disagree.
Or Cousin Guido will break your kneecaps?
> FHS 2.1 says that /mnt is a mount point, not a directory containing
> mount points.
Now, this is just downright silly. Dan Quinlan, like the entire rest of
the Unix-using world, knows full well about /mnt's long history as a
container for mount-point directories: Had he intended to discourage
that, he would have clearly stated "/mnt must contain no mount-point
subdirectories". And the FHS does _not_ so state.
> The fact that they added the whole /media mechanism...
...fortunately is within a beta. There's time for him to get off crack.
Cheers, Right to keep and bear
Rick Moen Haiku shall not be abridged
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