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Re: [MiNT] Mandir

Yep, so I'm inclined to use that.  But many of these sparemint packages
were made before the year 2000 even so I figured I'd check.  I think
most people are probably more interested in a modern setup and tooling
on a 680x0 or above system.  68000 with 4mb ram, I'm not sure how you'd
make useful ;)


On 10/20/2015 05:01 PM, ragnar wrote:
> Hey,
> FHS says /usr/share/man is the default for Unix like operation systems.
> See Here: http://www.pathname.com/fhs/pub/fhs-2.3.html
> Cheers
> Am 20. Oktober 2015 22:41:40 MESZ, schrieb Mark Duckworth
> <mduckworth@atari-source.org>:
>     Does anyone have any opinions on the mandir location?  mint seems to be
>     mixed opinion where some packages follow a normal /usr/share/man while
>     many packages are /usr/man and apparently q-funk was a partial driver of
>     this.  maybe /usr/man is the BSD standard.  Does anyone object to my use
>     of /usr/share/man?  I tend to follow the path that requires the least
>     special exceptions and customization to the gnu packages.
>     Mark
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