Then, we have how the user interaction with the server is
designed. Let me get this straight: It's 2011, it's about time to
stop editing complex, error prone, plain text configuration files,
don't you think? Now that we all are running fancy desktops full of
powerful applications.. what sense does it make to have to open a
terminal window, become root, and edit a text file, and type a new
command to reload the service in order to make a little change on
how your web server behaves. I'd say that none, none at all.
+ log_warning("/usr appears to be on a different file system than /. "
+ "This is not supported anymore. "
+ "Some things will probably break (sometimes even silently) "
+ "in mysterious ways.");
-- Lennart Poettering
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