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    Re: Standard package format according to LSB 1.0.0 (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, July 10 @ 22:19:28 BST

    We can still support multiple file formats including deb and this is fine with the LSB 1.0.0. I’m not as concerned about package formats as debs will probably be around for a while and it shouldn’t be to hard to support rpm and the new lsb format when it comes out.

    However I’d like to know when Debian (and the other distros) are going to be start supporting the OTHER aspects of the LSB specification as in where it puts files and the libraries and versions that can be assumed to be on any LSB complient system. If everything else in the LSB was supported by most of the main distributions I’d be a happy man.

    Joel Wagler


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