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Re: mkfs and fsck in /sbin

From: Jeff Bailey
Subject: Re: mkfs and fsck in /sbin
Date: 09 Nov 2002 13:01:19 -0500

On Sat, 2002-11-09 at 12:35, Robert Millan wrote:

> do you mean that someday we eventualy won't need /sbin at all? if that's
> the case i don't mind working the problem around by adding /sbin to PATH

I think that's a nice long term ideal.  As soon as you take the idea
that users are gods of their own little worlds, there's no good reason
to have tools artificially hidden.

It's questionable that they should be artificially hidden in the first
place, but hey. =)

Have you ever seen the movie 'The Thirteenth Floor'? 

When you get to the heart,
use a knife and fork.
 - From instructions on how to eat an artichoke.

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