Not 100% sure if this is really a bug, I'll try to verify it
over the next days:
lufs 0.9.5 installs itself into subdirs of /usr/local instead
of the corresponding subdirs of /usr, which I suspect to
be the source of some problems since Red Hat 8.0 does
not look into these directories by default:
- If I log in through X and call lufsmount directly, I get
a "no such file or directory".
- If I do the same from the console (I have /usr/local/bin
in my path here), I get an error message about a
missing library. This library exists and resides
in /usr/local/lib; I suspect Linux looks for it in /usr/lib but
not in /usr/local/lib.
- I've noticed lufs is the only thing that resides in the
otherwise empty directory structure under /usr/local.
I am running Red Hat 8.0 with no exotic extras. lufs is
the first thing I installed after the OS.
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