Linux Standards Base

Dan Nicholson dbn.lists at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 22:00:42 PDT 2009


On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 8:43 PM, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been looking at LSB and in running a couple of basic checks find that we
> have some missing libraries and programs in LFS/BLFS to get to compliance.  The
> discussion below is only a start.  There may be more needed after I get their
> more comprehensive test suite running.
>
> Although I've installed several programs on top of my base LFS test system, the
> program check now gives me:
>
> Couldn't find at
> Couldn't find batch
> Couldn't find cpio
> Couldn't find crontab
> Couldn't find install_initd
> Couldn't find java
> Couldn't find lp
> Couldn't find lpr
> Couldn't find mailx
> Couldn't find pax
> Couldn't find remove_initd
> Couldn't find sendmail
> Couldn't find time
> Couldn't find xdg-desktop-icon
> Couldn't find xdg-desktop-menu
> Couldn't find xdg-email
> Couldn't find xdg-icon-resource
> Couldn't find xdg-mime
> Couldn't find xdg-open
> Couldn't find xdg-screensaver
>
> Of course, several of these are in BLFS, but many are not: xdg-utils, pax, cpio,
> at, batch, and gnu time jump out as being needed.
>
> Some (install_initd and remove_initd) are not familiar to me at all.

I haven't touched it in a while, but that's exactly why I wrote this:

http://www.dwcab.com/projects/initd-tools/

DJ has built up LSB style init scripts for LFS.

--
Dan



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