Re: real LSB compliance
Matt Zimmerman writes:
> > lsblibchk program that does a check of the system's libs. It doesn't
> > much like unstable. It's also not a thorough check, I'm sure, just
> > libs.
> I'd do it, but I can't seem to find a source code bundle. There are, as you
> probably noticed, aliened .debs in the FTP area.
It was probably generated straight out of CVS. If you check out the
src module from LSB SourceForge repository there is a directory
The various test suites available are still a work in progress and
unless otherwise marked should be considered unofficial (though they
can still useful to run). You can send comments and suggestions to the
mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Daniel Jacobowitz writes:
> >  joey@silk:~/tmp>./usr/bin/lsblibchk
> > ./usr/bin/lsblibchk 1.0.0
> > Unable to find library ld-lsb.so.1
> Some LSB thing I assume :) Everyone in the real world calls it either
> ld.so.1 or ld-linux.so.2 depending on their platform (roughly, maybe a
> few other names).
LSB compliant apps will need to link against /lib/ld-lsb.so.1. This
doesn't mean that Debian distributed packages have to do this but the
loader will have to be available.
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