X.sh in profile.xml
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Mon Jul 30 08:36:35 PDT 2007
Randy McMurchy wrote:
> Dan Nicholson wrote:
>> I like the text you've added, but I'm not sure about /usr/X11R7 yet.
> I also do not think we should hard-code /usr/X11R7. It should perhaps
> be suggested, but inside replaceable tags.
I am in favor of /usr/X11 as a generic location with compatibility
symlinks as necessary.
As far as the FHS standard goes, I looked around a bit to see if there
is any discussion about he topic. The latest version of FHS was
released January 29, 2004. That's 3.5 years ago. The so-called mailing
list is nothing but spam. Is the effort still alive?
Under these circumstances, I feel slavish adherence to FHS is not
appropriate. We can use it for input, but well reasoned variances
should not be a cause for concern.
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