are you using /var/mail?
cliff at ume.pht.co.jp
Wed Jan 20 21:18:17 PST 1999
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> There is speculation that /var/spool/mail has remained the "real"
> standard for Linux despite what FHS 2.0 says.
> If you are a Linux developer/distribution/company/etc. currently using
> /var/mail (as specified in FHS 2.0) instead of /var/spool/mail, please
> let me know. I think glibc 2.1 has made the change to _PATH_MAILDIR in
> paths.h, but that's all I know about.
> If nobody is using it, we can consider changing it back. If not, then
> we'll just specifically allow a symbolic link at /var/mail to point to
> the real spool directory (or something like that).
TurboLinux uses /var/spool/mail.
Pacific HiTech, Home of TurboLinux
cliff at pht.co.jp
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