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It's very cool to see a BSD like ports system for Linux and then
to have a distribution tacked on top of it is even better.
I'm not going to have a chance to really play with it until tomorrow
as I'm quite busy today, but I did have a couple of questions...
1) I noticed that there were a few things in /usr such as man,
info, doc, etc. that under the fsstnd should be in /usr/share.
Was this intentional?
2) Why use /opt?
3) Any chance of getting Kerberos in the base system? Here at
the university of missouri, we use kerberos and were quite
pleased when RedHat started to ship with kerberos bundled.
I believe that kerberos is no longer governed by export
restrictions in the US. I could be wrong though and I guess
that would be the reason.
As soon as I get more time, I'd definatly contribute to gentoo. I
think this is a solid idea and I'd like to see that gentoo suceeds!