> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Jean Louis Ntakpe writes:
> >Hi,
> >
> >In /usr/src/etc/Makefile:
> >
> >"make distribution" is still trying to copy MAKEDEV to /dev
> >on a system with devfs mounted to /dev. 
> >Since devfs is default, is this behaviour correct or my 
> >/etc/make.conf is missing something ?
> I think that MAKEDEV should be moved away from /dev.
> Ideally it belongs somewhere rather obscure, but /etc/MAKEDEV
> is ok with me.

/sbin would be better.  I thought only sysv kept non-startup 
executables in /etc.

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