Subject: Re: Nitpicking
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List: current-users
Date: 02/15/1994 18:32:52
Peter Galbavy <> writes:
pg> Just a bit of nitpicking...
pg> As I understand it /usr/libexec is for executables that are started
pg> by the system or similar, not users. So why are the mount_* programs
pg> in /usr/sbin then ?

First, they're not in /usr/sbin.  The mount_* programs are in /sbin.

Does it make sense now? :-)  In case not, try moving /usr (and
/usr/libexec) to an NFS-drive for instance; then reboot......  All this
just in theory of course..... :-)

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