Subject: Re: AFS/arla
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 09/17/1998 10:48:04
>> For that reason, among others, I strongly suggest that the Coda
>> userland goo go into /usr/src, not into pkgsrc.
> Strongly seconded.
> You wouldn't want to put mount_nfs sources under pkgsrc either, and
> thus cripple the "base" NetBSD distribution to something that's
> useless (WRT CODA) unless you got the coda-pkgs installed.
Isn't that an equally strong argument for putting *any* of the packages
under /usr/src instead?
Not that I wish to argue either way on the specific issue of coda, but
I have noticed that the installed system is getting gradually bigger
and bigger. "A megabyte here, a megabyte there, pretty soon you're
talking real disk space."
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