By Linux Standard Base Team
The Linux average Base (LSB) is a collection of criteria designed to extend compatibility between Linux distributions. LSB 2.0 is taken into account innovative in that it permits self sustaining software program proprietors to strengthen software program for the Linux platform with no breaching the Open resource ethic. The crew who created the LSB explains the advantages of LSB certification, and the way to create, attempt, and certify Linux software program for LSB 2.0 compliance. Appendices comprise a loose documentation license, thesaurus, and assets. The better half CD-ROM comprises the entire LSB 2.0 specification.
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4. The system administrator could set up a default PPC32 or PPC64 behavior by creating a symbolic link from /opt/whizbang/widgets/ppc32/bin/ back to /opt/whizbang/widgets/bin/, or /opt/whizbang/widgets/ppc32/lib/ back to /opt/whizbang/widgets/lib/. In either case, /opt/whizbang/widgets/bin/ should be added to the end user's PATH environment variable. 4. 3. 5. 7). In either case, /opt/whizbang/widgets/bin/ should be added to the end user's PATH environment variable. 5. 7. 4. 6. The system administrator could set up a default v1 or v2 and/or PPC32 or PPC64 behavior by creating a symbolic link from /opt/whizbang/widgets/v1/ppc32/bin/ to /opt/whizbang/widgets/bin/.
Packaging can be distribution-specific, so it is possible that your application will not run across distributions if you do not follow the LSB packaging specifications. In this chapter you will learn about the RPM file format and the correct locations for installing your applications. 1.  To ensure that applications will be able to install successfully, the LSB specifies the RPM file format as the best possible solution. It is the responsibility of an LSB Certified Runtime Environment (that is, an operating system or Linux distribution) to be able to install RPM packaged applications.
Waitpid(3) The LSB has deprecated the use of waitid(3). 6). 11. Parsing of Command Options The GNU getopt(3) function parses command-line arguments as specified by the Single UNIX Specification Version 3, when the plus sign "+" is the first character in the operation string of the function's third parameter. 7). 12. LSB Don'ts This chapter is about portability etiquette. As an open systems developer, there are things you should not do. You should realize that the compromises to ensure portabilityoutweight the short-term benefits of tuning to a specific release.
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