/usr/sbin as symlink transition completed
/usr/sbin as symlink conversion was successfully completed some weeks ago.
That means that void now contains just a single directory to store all executables:
/usr/sbin are symlinks to
This has some advantages because all applications will find the executables on any
PATH, without rebuilding any package to change its location.
If your system still contains a
/usr/sbin directory, upgrade your system with
xbps-install -Syuv and then make sure that
/usr/sbin only contains symlinks.
runit-void will move the existing
/usr/sbin directory to
and will create the
NOTE the images from
/usr/sbinas a symlink already, so that you don’t have to do anything.