@hugoeland it works well but only if you pronounce Unix system resource as user.

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@zens @martyn @hugoeland "unix system resource" is a backronym, "usr" was originally a shortening of "user" and is traditionally pronounced the same. it originally held users' home directories and was a mount point for a larger and slower drive than the one that held the root filesystem, as is common for /home today. eventually the contents of certain root filesystem directories got too big for the smaller drive, and /usr was repurposed to hold the overflow.


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@autumnontape @zens @hugoeland very interesting, thanks!

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