More and More directories?

Jesse Tie Ten Quee highos at cadvision.com
Tue Jul 25 09:25:30 PDT 2000


Yo,

>root:~# cd $LFS
>     root:lfs# mkdir bin boot dev etc home lib mnt proc root sbin tmp usr
>var
>     root:lfs# cd $LFS/usr
>     root:usr# mkdir bin etc include lib local sbin share src tmp var
>     root:usr# ln -s share/man man
>     root:usr# ln -s share/doc doc
>     root:usr# ln -s share/info info
>     root:usr# cd $LFS/usr/share
>     root:share# mkdir dict doc info locale man nls misc terminfo
>     zoneinfo
>     root:share# cd $LFS/usr/share/man
>     root:man# mkdir man1 man2 man3 man4 man5 man6 man7 man8
>     root:man# cd $LFS/usr/local
>     root:local# mkdir bin etc include lib local sbin share src tmp var
>     root:local# ln -s share/man man
>     root:local# ln -s share/doc doc
>     root:local# ln -s share/info info
>     root:local# cd $LFS/usr/local/share
>     root:share# mkdir dict doc info locale man nls misc terminfo
>     zoneinfo
>     root:share# cd $LFS/usr/local/share/man
>     root:man# mkdir man1 man2 man3 man4 man5 man6 man7 man8
>     root:man# cd $LFS/var
>     root:var# mkdir lock log run spool tmp

>cd $LFS
>mkdir bin boot dev etc home lib mnt proc root sbin tmp usr var
>cd $LFS/usr
>mkdir bin include lib sbin share src
>ln -s share/man man
>ln -s share/doc doc
>ln -s . local
>ln -s ../etc etc
>ln -s ../var var
>cd $LFS/usr/share
>mkdir dict doc info locale man nls misc terminfo zoneinfo
>cd $LFS/usr/share/man
>mkdir man1 man2 man3 man4 man5 man6 man7 man8
>cd $LFS/var
>mkdir lock log run spool tmp

PleasePleasePlease take a close look at that structure, see anything weird?
Like say having /usr/local linking to /usr?

This was discussed quite a lot on this mailing list.

.HIghoS
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