stardict W: File (usr/etc/) exists in a non-standard directory.
stardict W: File (usr/etc/gconf/) exists in a non-standard directory.
stardict W: File (usr/etc/gconf/schemas/) exists in a non-standard directory.
stardict W: File (usr/etc/gconf/schemas/stardict.schemas) exists in a non-stan
How can I move such stuff into /etc without making package broken? Thanks very much.
usually with a configure option like "--sysconfdir=/etc" or something along those lines if you navigate into the source directory and run ./configure --help it wil give you configure options available to you.
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File a bug report for any /usr/etc packages...
If you're in a rush to move stuff from /usr/etc, you should be able to easily change the PKGBUILD to put them in /etc, in most cases. Probably anything in /usr/etc has to be done explicitly in the PKGBUILD file, so install from ABS.
Thank you very much.
Or if the code itself wont give you the option of putting the config in /etc you could at least use symbolic links in /etc so they can at least be found.