On Wed, 21 Nov 2001, Paul Kelly wrote:
> I don't want a three mile long $PATH,
neither would i. but i wouldn't mind it having maybe 10ish definitions
/usr/bin on a typical redhat box these days is simply insane.
[root at dunlop scripts]# ls -l /usr/bin/ | wc -l
> and I'd rather not have an ld.so.conf that doesn't fit on an A4
why not? it's a file... who cares if it's long.
> Can't good for you. But it would be nice to see at least the data
> files and support scripts/binaries in a separate directory. Like
> having /usr/netscape/ with a symlink to the main binary
> /usr/netscape/netscape in /usr/bin/
i'd like to see seperate dirs for well-defined and common collections
that really really ought to be under it's own dir.
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