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Re: init.d scripts and LSB

On Mon, May 06, 2002 at 04:49:53PM +0200, Jeroen Dekkers wrote:
> Debian is more than GNU/Linux. I see no reason why Debian GNU/Hurd and
> Debian *BSD should follow the LSB. Debian GNU/Hurd is following the
> GNU standards instead of the LSB. Debian *BSD won't follow the LSB
> either, I think they are going to be similar as the existing BSDs.

That would make sense.  I'm trying to see for GNU/Linux if LSB should be
followed and if so is it a SHOULD or a MUST.

I'm getting the impression it is a should.

  - Craig
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