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Re: LSB?

On Tue, Jan 19, 1999 at 06:09:45AM -0000, Robert Woodcock wrote:
> Indeed. I thought LSB was going to be an Application Environment
> specification - so that apps developed on one distribution would run on all
> the others.
> If that's still the case, I wanna know WTF they are thinking/smoking,
> specifying kernel locations, netstat, mount/umount, fdisk, setserial,

...and whatever happened to specifying things like update-rc.d,
update-inetd, and so on? Or was that the LSC or something?


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