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Re: Future of Linux

On Wed, 11 Nov 1998, Alan Cox wrote:

> > steps in bridging linux compatibility. What, if any, is the consensus on
> > the FHS 2.0... do the distributions that are part of the lsb agree to
> > use it?
> It was discussed at and shortly after the LI meeting when Bruce presented
> the whole cunning plan. FHS 2.0 is a big help but it might need some
> tightening. Dan Quinlan is conveniently in both the LSB and FHS projects

At present Solaris 2.6 is the best FHS 2.0 compliant OS.


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