On Mon, Apr 17, 2006 at 12:49:17PM +0200, Jerry Westrick wrote:
> On Monday 17 April 2006 12:08, Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
> >
> > I think you misunderstand what I am saying. I did not tell you to
> > *replace* the system Python. By default, the Python source package
> > installs into /usr/local.
> >
> > jens
> >
> First off, let me state:
> 1) I Thank everybody who has worked so had on make this excellent zope 
> product.  And all the people who have expended their free time to help me!
> 2) I'm not trying to argue anybody into my work for me, but am trying to 
> understand the problems and concepts as they affect my systems.
> Having said that....
> Jens,  I thought that the linus file standard (what ever its called) was to 
> use "/usr" when a user installs product and to "/opt" when it is a "Distro" 
> product, in other words the place where a product is installed should not be 
> hard coded.  

/usr/local is a perfectly fine place to put non-system software.


Paul Winkler
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