Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 28th May 2009 19:17 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes Ask OSNews is apparently quite popular among you guys; the questions just keep on coming in. Since David took on the first two, we decided to let me handle this one - it's an area I've personally covered before on OSNews: file system layouts. One of our readers, a Linux veteran, studied the GoboLinux effort to introduce a new filesystem layout, and wondered: "Why not adopt the more sensible file system from GoboLinux as the new LSB standard?"
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usr/lib makes no sense.

system/libraries is instantly recognizable.

Did you have to look up "usr/lib" just now or did you just know it?
Nice way to invalidate your own argument there.

I guess not having "system/libraries" is what is really holding WinXP back.

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