Author: Simon Hobson Date: To: dng Subject: Re: [DNG] Question: Why does "mkdir -p" produce unexpected file
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Stefan Krusche <linux@???> wrote:
> What is the difference between "below /usr/local"
> and "in /usr/local" for directory "/usr/local/something"?! (as referred
> to in this section of the debian policy.)
AIUI, "in" means those items that are directly within the directory, while "below" means those items within other directories.
So /usr/local/foo is "in" /usr/local and /usr/local/something/foo is "below" /usr/local. I'm not sure which designation /usr/local/something (being a directory rather than a file) comes under.
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