[CentOS] is CentOS an LSB certified product?

Nicholas nicholas at oscc.org.my
Tue Jun 17 06:41:20 UTC 2008


I meant RH, in terms of the RHEL distro. I look forward to have centos 
gain the LSB, what is needed for the pass thru? is the main CentOS 
community interested?

As for the rest, thank you for the sharing of info.

The LSB should be concern to encourage developers to built stuff that 
can be used across distros. LSB should reduce problems of desktop users 
who have been finding difficulty in getting stuff like printer drivers 
and other paraphernalia. The more distros adopting LSB then more 
developers/manufacturers will be encouraged on the use of LSB.

R P Herrold wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Jun 2008, Nicholas wrote:
>> Would anyone know if CentOS 4 and 5 is LSB certified?
> We have been offered a pass through the process by the LSB, but there 
> has not been demand for it.
>> I have not found any info on RH being LSB certified either. Is RH 
>> also LSB certified?
> One assumes you mean 'RHEL'? Distribution releases, and not 
> companties, are certified. You need to go check the LSB site more 
> closely -- the answer is clearly there.
> -- Russ herrold
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