Could yall make up your freaking minds and stick to it?
SAL1600# file /Programs
/Programs: symbolic link to `/usr/Programs'
SAL1600# file /usr/local/MyPrograms
/usr/local/MyPrograms: symbolic link to `/Programs'
SAL1600# file /usr/Programs
SAL1600# ls /usr/Programs/
.bin .sbin FlashPlugin7
.config .tmp SeaMonkey1.0.7
.libs AllCodecs20061022 emu10kx20051021
SAL1600# uname -a
FreeBSD SAL1600 6.1-RELEASE-p11 FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE-p11 #5: Wed Dec 20 18:29:42 PST 2006 root@PCBSD.localhost:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/PCBSDv1.3-SMP i386
I understand the concept of backwards compatibility and here Microsoft might finally drop MS-DOS compatiblity :-) But please, will you stop moving this freaking directory ! Just write a single place into the hier(7) manual page, then let PBI Developers know about it in advance and stop moving the bloody thing around every six months. Thank you kindly.
PS: I'm glad my PBI are not installed on a seperate partition from root or usr, at one point I often would use some thing like 384mb /var, 4096mb swap, 8192mb /, 20480 /Programs, and 48768mb /usr in one slice.