[RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filesystem_...y_Standard /tmp is not always retained across reboots (although it is in some systems).

/etc is not the right place, it is for config files.

Binaries belong in a bin directory. To see what directories are in your path use
Code:
echo $PATH
Put the executable in one of them. The natural place for a script such as this would be /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin

(The local version is preferred by some people who say /usr/bin should be for stuff installed by your native packaging system (apt, rpm etc) and /usr/local/bin for ad hoc stuff like texture_cache)
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RE: [RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility - by nickr - 2014-03-18, 07:10
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