/config != configuration files directory
Posted Sep 21, 2006 10:59 UTC (Thu) by astrand
In reply to: /config != configuration files directory
Parent article: Configfs - an introduction
I fully agree. There are too many magic toplevel directories already. The root should be clean and small, so that the users are not lost when going from /home/user to /media/cdrom via the root. With the current amount of magic toplevel directories, it's no wonder why KDE and GNOME are implementing "magic" "My Computer" style file managers which have their own roots. It's a sad story.
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