nfs-utils: configure puts rpc.statd in /sbin, breaks 20170611 nfs-client bootscript
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The bootscripts were changed to use /usr/sbin for rpc.statd, I think to match the systemd book.
In sysv we still have
./configure --prefix=/usr \ --sysconfdir=/etc \ --sbindir=/sbin \ --without-tcp-wrappers \ --disable-nfsv4 \ --disable-gss
But that is then followed by a comment: If your /usr directory is NFS mounted, you should install the executables in /sbin by passing an additional parameter --sbindir=/sbin to the above ./configure command.
With the command in its current form, the nfs-client bootscript fails.
I suppose we need to remove that sbindir line from the book.
BUT: the systemd book has the same line. Perhaps I've misinterpreted and the correct fix is to remove the comment about an NFS-mounted /usr directory, and in sysv revert the bootscript change ??
Need advice from the systemd guys.