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This wiki is the internal face of the LSB Project - what the team is working on. For more general information about the LSB project, see the LSB Home Page.
Most Recent Activities
- LSB F2F Spring 2010, held in conjunction with the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit 2009
- LSB 4.1 Related (4.1 is in development):
- LSB 4.0 Related (4.0 is released):
- LSB 3.2 Related (3.2 is released)
- Meeting notes: Weekly Conference Call Minutes LSB F2F November 2007, 2008 LF Summit, LF Collaboration Summit 2009
- FAQ on developing LSB apps
- Application Checker Enhancements
- PackageRepositories: Setting up package repos to make it easy for end users to install the test suites.
- LSB LANANA Registrations
- SpecificationGroup: LSB written specification. Project also includes SpecDatabase
- ToolsGroup: Build Tools, Sample Implementation, Application Battery
- Infrastructure: Dual-arch build chroots
- TestGroup: Core test, VSW4/XTS5, C++ test, Desktop tests, Printing test, Perl/Python tests, test harnesses
- ReleaseChecklist: what needs to happen for an LSB release?
- TodoList: rolling list of non-product tasks
- NewbieGuide: getting started with contributing to the Specification
- Bug Tracking:
- AutomaticDailyBuilds: Daily Builds Information and Status. See also Tool status for more info from the daily builds.
- Distribution Autotesting: How to test your distribution automatically against the LSB. See also the LSB DTK Manager Nightly Run HOWTO and the results page.
- Development specs, built fairly often.
- Source code management
- WrittenSpecificationHowTo: learn how to add your library to the written specification
- libtodb2: a new set of tools automating import of new libraries into the LSB database
- LibtoDB: library importer (obsolete)
- LibToLSB: example of adding a library using old libtodb
- LsbArch: autobuild/autotest hdw / VM details
- Unofficial testing results and analysis: start here if you're having trouble understanding some test results:
- Distribution Testing: Blog by Jeff Licquia - good distribution testing overview
- DTK Manager Getting Started: How to install and run LSB 3.1, 3.2 and 4.0 distribution tests with the help of DTK Manager
- Platform_Tests: How to install and run the LSB 3.1 tests manually
- See TestGroup for instructions and other notes on running the platform tests
- The Application Battery
- LSB Runtime Test FAQ
- Browse the LSB database, and see some statistics from the LSB database
- RpmExamples: learn how to build a conforming package using rpmbuild
- LSB:devel_FAQ: FAQ on building LSB apps
- Linux Application Checker Getting Started: How to check an application for LSB 3.0, 3.1, 3.2 and 4.0 compliance with the help of Linux Application Checker
- HeaderCheck: Proposal for a new runtime test tool to extend lsblibchk test coverage
- MultiVersion: how implementations support multiple versions
- MultiArch: how implementations support multiple architectures
- LsbInstall, LsbinstallProblems: discussion on the proposed `lsbinstall` command (inactive)
- appchk-glue: Proposal for inclusion/integration of tool to analyse entire built applicaitons
- Exploratory: LsbJava, LsbPython, LsbPerl, EmbeddedModule: what should these look like?
- LsbInterpretedLanguage: Tracking Perl, Python, etc.
- WheresMyLibrary: various libraries and what the status is
- RoadMap: evolving list of things to think about for future releases
- NewGlibc: information on differences between LSB 3 and glibc 2.4
- GnomePlan3: Plan for adding Gtk+ libraries to the LSB (phase 1 done in 3.1)
- TestSuiteExpansion: possibilities for increasing LSB 3 and later runtime test coverage
- Slides from IBM on ChipHopper.
- AtSpi LSB: Plan for adding AtSpi client libraries to the LSB.
- Old_Mailing_Lists: pre-January2006 mailing list archives
- IsoBallot, SingaporeMeeting: Details about ISO ballot DIS 23360 (which started life as LSB 2.0.1)
- Project plans for LSB releases: LSB 3.2, LSB 3.1, LSB 3.0 LSB 2.2, LSB 2.1
- F2F Meeting notes: Dec 04, Mar 05, Jun 05, Dec 05, Plenary Aug 05, Jun 06, Nov 07
- Futures: tracks requests for features not yet in the LSB
- DesktopWG : LSB Desktop, looking at requirements for client applications
Interesting starting points: