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Re: rignt $PREFIX (splitted from "files above $PREFIX")
AM> The package will do its own cleanup;
(not an argument pro/contra, just note !)
I said "for debugs" i.e. port debugging, when "own cleanup" fail.
AM> if you want the port in the
AM> OpenBSD tree, it should obey hier(7) and install files appropriately.
10x, 'll see
>> CW> You want to use the default PREFIX for INN,
>> CW> with various configuration and variable data split out to SYSCONFDIR
>> CW> and /var.
>> I do not understand, what you want to say this way. Don't
>> start with "You want ..." please.
AM> I think he answered your question ...
Actually, no, but I finally can guess that he tried to say.
Finally, it means nothing, but, I guess, nobody can TELL me
what I want, ask - yes, tell - no. Another thing - what I
SHOULD do. That is the root of misunrderstandings, in current
I undersood, that no variable or configuration data can't be
deployed on /usr (it was on rules, but i miss it :-/ ).
Another thing - extra subdirectory "news" (/usr/local/news/),
is it permitted ? Actually, I can't see serious reasons to