On 8/12/2017 8:28 PM, Reindl Harald [via FFmpeg-users] wrote:
> Am 13.08.2017 um 02:23 schrieb Ted Lum:
> > I'm sure there is only one copy of all the executables. They are
> > actually deployed to /root/bin so they're kept highly isolated from the
> > rest of the system.
> > So, we have:
> > [root@san1srvp01 ~]# which ffmpeg
> > /root/bin/ffmpeg
> jesus christ don't run *especially* codec software as root - that's what
> /usr/local is for - let me guess - you fire also "make" as root?
> and since making /root readable for others is also a terrible idea
> there's no business for /root/bin at all
It's a build VM. I spin them up from and image, do what I've got to do,
and then generally destroy them. It's also generally a terrible idea to
install compilers and development libraries on production systems, hence
the build environment.
Production deployment is a lot more controlled and standardized as you
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