[H-GEN] no /opt?
bc at humbug.org.au
Thu Apr 6 22:51:55 EDT 2000
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On Fri, 7 Apr 2000, Anthony Towns wrote:
aj> On Fri, Apr 07, 2000 at 12:27:01PM +1000, Raymond Smith wrote:
aj> > Does Debian usually have a '/opt'? In the Linux world, where would I
aj> > normally install an unpackaged binary distribution of an application?
aj> Either mkdir /opt, or stick it in /usr/local, whichever feels more
aj> appropriate. Debian won't touch anything under either of those
aj> directories, more or less, which is probably what you want.
Or symlink /opt to /usr/local . Remember /var/opt and /etc/opt for
( And yes, I *like* the SYSV filesystem layout. There is a logical place
for everything )
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