Re: A few basic but never-used point
> 1) NEVER EVER write or modify system
> directory, that mean for example, dont
> create directory in / ( which is
> obviolously a system directory) or don't
> install any application in /usr: /usr is
> no longer a user partition since at
> least 10 year. This is now part of
> system directory.
> If you are not writing/installing a
> system things, go away from /, /usr,
> A 7 year admin. Having admin 100 sun
> and 30 FreeBSD & linux.
Someone with 7 years admin experience should know that /usr DOES NOT mean "User". /usr historically mean "Unix System Resources".