Andreas Koppenhoefer writes:
> > See filesystem(5) -- non-OS software shouldn't be
> > delivering to /usr/bin.
> Good pointer! I've googled several times looking for some definition about 
> correct use of /usr, /opt, etc., but did not find much regarding solaris. 
> Most documents are about Linux' Filesystem Standard.
> With this manpage originated by Sun we may get software vendor to fix their 
> software for beeing usable in local zones.

In the meantime, using whole-root zones where such software is
required is probably the least troublesome workaround.

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