Re: Why /command ?

2017-07-03 Thread Laurent Bercot
1) /command can be put anywhere I/Devuan wants, or if I want to go to the trouble, removed completely. It can probably be removed completely, and binaries linked into /bin instead. /command is nice to have on systems where you keep a FHS installation and a slashpackage installation separate;

Re: Why /command ?

2017-07-03 Thread Laurent Bercot
So I was wondering what the original intent was in having these two directories directly off the root? Is it so the init and supervision can proceed even before partition mounts are complete? Is there some other reason? Can anyone recommend setups that fulfill the reasons for the

Re: Why /command ?

2017-07-03 Thread Steve Litt
On Mon, 03 Jul 2017 13:25:19 + "Laurent Bercot" wrote: > >So I was wondering what the original intent was in having these two > >directories directly off the root? Is it so the init and supervision > >can proceed even before partition mounts are complete? Is