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Re: Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) and NetBSD
On Mon, May 09, 2011 at 11:32:12PM -0400, Jeff Licquia wrote:
> (Sorry if this isn't the proper list for this discussion. If not,
> please point me in the right direction.)
> The Linux Foundation's LSB workgroup has taken over maintenance of
> the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard, and is working on a number of
> updates needed since its last release in 2004.
> Despite all the "Linux" in the names above, we're wanting to make
> sure that the FHS remains independent of any particular UNIX
> implementation, and continues to be useful to non-Linux UNIXes.
Given that it describes a particular file hierarchy conventionally
used only by Linux systems from major Linux distributors, how would
you expect that to be the case?
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