After r196767 /usr/local is governed by ports tree,
i.e. Templates/BSD.local.dist, BSD.gnome.dist, etc.
So, don't try to alter permissions on the directory or issue a warning,
e.g. if it is symlink and points to /dev/null.
It's mostly useful for people using LOCALBASE != /usr/local and similar
to r36671 reasoning can be applied to it.
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