CFT: new BSD-licensed sort available
dougb at FreeBSD.org
Sat Mar 17 23:34:32 UTC 2012
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On 03/17/2012 03:27, Baptiste Daroussin wrote:
> Why to symlink, this is 1/ because it concerns user/admin
I get that, but why is a conf file not the right answer? We could even
put the conf file in /etc if we decide that this is a feature that
should be in the base. Having 2 symlinks just seems like overkill.
> 2 it allows to change it even with your /usr/local/bin mounted RO.
I don't understand this bit, sorry. Aren't we talking about symlinks
in / and /usr pointing to alternate versions in either /, /usr, or
/usr/local? I don't see how anything would need to be written in
/usr/local with either 1 symlink or 2.
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