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Re: [Bacula-devel] [Fwd: Re: bacula : about thebacula.spec formrpms]

> Just to expand on this point a bit - as security enhancements such as
> SELinux
> become more commonplace, it's very realistic to expect that files that
> not
> in directories indicated by security policy as holding executables
> can't be run as programs.  If Bacula throws binary executables in
> outside of FHS, it runs a risk of being shot down by those security
> policies.

Well put. Regardless of how technically nice an alternative would be,
it's automatically wrong if it's different from the standard. I don't
much like FHS either -- it has some dumb decisions in it -- but we're
stuck with it. 

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