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Linux Standards Base goes modular

Feb 2, 2005 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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The LSB (Linux Standards Base) will be split up into “modules,” in order to facilitate the creation of standards-compliant server and desktop distributions, according to a story at eWEEK. The fragmentation will enable the standard to encompass more specialized technologies, according to the Free Standards Group, which oversees it.

Modularization may also enable the creation of a desktop LSB specification, according to the eWEEK story.

The LSB is a subset of several embedded Linux standards, including the OSDL's Carrier Grade Linux specification, and the Embedded Linux Consortium's Platform Specification.

Find out more about the future of the LSB, by reading the full story at eWEEK.com:

Group to Divide Linux Standards Base


 
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