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> On Tue, 18 Jan 2005, John Morrison wrote:
>> Yitzchak Scott-Thoennes wrote:
>> > by default puts the binaries in /usr/games, in accordance with FHS 2.2
>> > and 2.3 (I didn't look at any earlier versions of FHS). Is this what
>> > we want? If so, fortune and robots at least should also be there.
>> > If we use /usr/games, should it be added to people's path?
>> Two possiblities jump to mind,
>> 1) I can add /usr/games to /etc/profile
>> 2) You can add /usr/games to the path in a /etc/profile.d script
>> Either option would be OK with me.
> Definitely an /etc/profile.d script. We don't want to change /etc/profile
> for every package with non-standard install paths.
*shrug* on my Debian box, /usr/games is in the path... anyone have a
RedHat/Fedora install they could check?
Does anyone have a link to a more understandable version of the LSB rules?
All I keep finding is stuff to do with binary interfaces!