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Re: Customizable filesystem support for GNUstep

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: Re: Customizable filesystem support for GNUstep
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 14:54:08 +0100 (CET)

>> [...] (which includes Linux FHS) [...]
> [...] 
>> Eg, let's say that you're on linux and want to test Linux FHS.
> FHS is a standard for Unix-like operating systems and Linux is just
> the kernel of GNU/Linux, the most popular variant of GNU.  GNU/Hurd
> and GNU/kFreeBSD (at least in Debian) both conform to FHS 2.3, TTBOMK.

Thanks for the precisation.  Good point.  I fixed the confusing terminology 
on trunk. :-)

>> ./configure --with-layout=linux
> I suggest to use `--with-layout=fhs' instead.

Yes, that is an excellent suggestion, I changed it that way -- so 
if anyone is testing, please use

 ./configure --with-layout=fhs

to test the FHS filesystem layout! ;-)

Sorry about the confusion.


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