Archers, All, Currently, Arch installs trinity to /opt/trinity. Personally, I would like to move the default install to /opt/tde. Two reasons: (1) most important -- less typing; (2) the tradition of the install being in /opt/kde, why not standardize around /opt/tde? For the rest of the community -- Where are you putting tde? It would just make sense to set a community-wide standard. Yes, I know that the location is irrelevant and can be obtained by the standard environment files, but we recently had a rebuild of 3.5.12 that moved from /opt/kde to /opt/kde3. That's fine, but depending upon the repo you hit to pull files from, your system would break due to install location differences in the various packages. I don't have any hard feelings either way for any single location, but if it is all the same, then if possible, I would like to see a standard that all packagers could reference. Of course you don't have to use it, but if there is a standard install, the balance of builds will migrate to it over time. What says the team? /opt/trinity /opt/tde /opt/tde_ver (ver being a 2 or 3-digit version: eg. 13 or 313) /opt/other_suggestions? Personally for me, /opt/tde works :) (/opt/trinity is probably my fault on arch anyway :) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.