Because theyre supposed to be there?
root partition should be small, easy to reinstall and backup
its really only for kernel, init and configs. If you havent noticed /usr is always the biggest one and therefore home should be there, usr comes imo from users and isnt users/home quite logic place?
drop the leenox idea.

Greets Markus Kovero
flux wrote:

Maybe kinda strange question, but...
Why users' home directory located in /usr by default, not in
root directory unlike Linux?
Any ideas?

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