On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 09:22:29PM +0000, Simon McVittie wrote: > Some developers seem to be using "merged /usr" to refer to multiple > concrete layouts: > 1. an arrangement where all regular files that have traditionally been > in /bin, /sbin, /lib and /lib64 are physically located in /usr, > with symlinks /bin -> usr/bin, /sbin -> usr/sbin, /lib -> usr/lib, > /lib64 -> usr/lib64 > (this is what usrmerge, debootstrap --merged-usr and Fedora do; dpkg > maintainer Guillem Jover refers to this as "merged /usr via aliased > directories" which seems like a good unambiguous term)
Aren't there two sub-solutions? 1a. with packages shipping files both in /bin und /usr/bin. 1b. with packages shipping files only in /usr/bin. Bastian -- Klingon phaser attack from front!!!!! 100% Damage to life support!!!!