On Sun, 2007-10-28 at 12:01 +0100, Patrice Dumas wrote:
The linux terminal project needs a directory for the filesystems
exported to the terminals. Upstream uses /opt/ltsp. Upstream asked the
lsb/fhs, but nobody answered something definitive, and nobody said that
/opt/ltsp was wrong when upstream proposed it.
In fedora, I think that /opt/ltsp is not very good.
/opt/ltsp is absurd (for upstream, for a vendor and for a distro)
I asked on devel
list and people objected to /opt/ltsp, proposing /var/lib/ltsp and
/srv/ltsp. (as a side note, it is in fact along /opt/ltsp5/i386 and
so on and so forth but it isn't of major interest, the issue is about
the directory the ltsp directory should be in).
What is your recommentdation?
Depends on what */ltsp is supposed to take. Could you elaborate?
So far, of these alternative only /var/lib/ltsp would resemble to
something potentially making sense.