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The programs are installed into /programs/ . Also has a different directory for /bin/ and /usr/ .
I guess this means that only programs made by GoboLinux will work on it, unless someone else makes a program with those working directories. No existing programs that work on traditional Linux distributions would work on GoboLinux, will they?
If thats true, then it's I guessing that GoboLinux wants people to use Gobo's own programs on it, and not much other software - maybe?
Actually after a bit of diggin, it has links to the "old way" directories. That way when you install somethin and it looks for /usr/bin it is link to the gobo style directory and just goes there instead.
It may work well actually. I'm not going to try it though. It is to much like windoze for me.