[Mailman-Users] Installation Issue
skvidal at phy.duke.edu
Tue May 9 14:22:02 CEST 2000
> Maybe this doesn't belong on this list, but what's the motivation behind
> installing all of mailman into it's own heirarchy? I'd think that it would
> be much more "FHS Compliant" to break things up and put them throughout the
> filesystem where they "belong". Any decent package management system should
> be able to keep track of where files are installed, and that's the only good
> motivation that I can think of for putting mailman on its own.
I'd like to second this statement.
fhs compliance would be a plus - or at least ease of configuration to fhs
compliance. It would make rpm and deb building MUCH easier.
instead of symlinking everywhere.
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