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Re: Adding /sbin and /usr/sbin to everyone's path in F10



On Wed, 2008-04-23 at 14:59 -0500, Chris Adams wrote:
> Once upon a time, Matthew Miller <mattdm mattdm org> said:
> > And I think we could solve 99.9% of the annoyance by addressing ifconfig,
> > fdisk, lsmod, route, and the other small handful of programs mentioned in
> > this thread. Like I said, it worked for traceroute back in 2003. :)
> 
> Again, here's my personal list-at-a-glance of things to look at:
> 
> bind:
>    /usr/sbin/rndc
> 
> chkconfig:
>    /sbin/chkconfig
> 
> freeipmi:
>    /usr/sbin/ipmiconsole
>    /usr/sbin/ipmipower
> 
> hardlink:
>    /usr/sbin/hardlink
> 
> iproute:
>    /sbin/ip
> 
> module-init-tools:
>    /sbin/lsmod
>    /sbin/modinfo
> 
> net-tools:
>    /sbin/arp
>    /sbin/ifconfig
>    /sbin/route
> 
> ntp:
>    /usr/sbin/ntpq
> 
> pciutils:
>    /sbin/lspci
> 
> usbutils:
>    /sbin/lsusb
> 
> wireless-tools:
>    /sbin/iwconfig
>    /sbin/iwlist
> 
> That's 16 commands from 11 packages.  Yes, there are a few more, but not
> all that many.  How hard would is be to just fix these (either symlink
> or just move to /bin or /usr/bin as appropriate)?

How could you leave /sbin/pidof out?  Oh why, really, why is pidof
in /sbin in the first place?  sigh...

-- 
behdad
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 Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."
        -- Benjamin Franklin, 1759


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