Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 175744
gnupg2: contains references to non-FHS-compliant directories: /usr/env, /usr/shutdown
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:19 EST
gnupg2 contains a directory /usr/shutdown (containing only one script) which IMO
is not FHS-compliant, this script should be moved elsewhere.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
KDE uses /usr/env and /usr/shutdown for source'd startup/shutdown scripts (See
kdebase's /usr/bin/startkde for usage). The only reason I made gnupg2 own them
is because kdebase doesn't (yet).
So, if you want to argue FHS-ness, IMO, the issue should be taken against kdebase.
Completing Reassignment to kdebase.
Thanks, the browser broke in the midst of it.
See bug #178326 "create/own /usr/env,/usr/shutdown". In short, env and shutdown
have been moved to /etc/kde, which effectively makes this a dup.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 178326 ***
Re-opening, pending modification to use
What I was trying to say... re-opening pending modification to use new
Created attachment 124862 [details]
Patch to fix directories
This patch is for FE4, but it should apply against devel as well.
This has already been fixed in gnupg2-1.9.20-2
Will release an update to fc4 when/if an updated kdebase is released.
Nevermind... looks an update for fc4 *has* been released... reopening.
FC-4 build queued.