Subject: Re: /var/db/pkg
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/25/2000 22:49:20
[ On Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 21:03:06 (-0400), Andrew Brown wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: /var/db/pkg
> ># No, /var is perfectly fine for moving stuffs.
> ># But /var/db/pkg only change when we're changing something in /usr/pkg, and
> ># when we change something in /usr whe have to write something in /var as
> ># well. This is just silly, and make sharing of /usr/pkg harder.
> >Nonsense. You can still share /usr/pkg (if you choose to use /usr/pkg).
> >You just don't give all the machines access to the pkg database, which
> >I don't necessarily see as a downer.
> well...you can't tell what you've gotten by borrowing it from someone
> else. that seems...irritating.
Why isn't that obvious given the output of "mount" on the client?
Greg A. Woods
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