beesnees at grm.net
Thu Nov 21 08:35:18 PST 2013
On 11/21/2013 10:25 AM, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Dan McGhee wrote:
>> I would like to have more about this. I understand what "info about the
>> Linux Standards Base" means, but what does this script actually
>> accomplish and how is the info used? Does this script in any way relate
>> to the link /lib/lsb to /lib/services/ ? I also noticed "lsb" appears
>> quite a bit in the boot scripts. How does all this fit together?
> It's used by applications, usually proprietary, that install in
> accordance with lsb procedures. In my case, I use it in my scripts:
> echo "`date` $tarball" >> /usr/src/packages-$(lsb_release -r|cut -f2).log
> This adds date an tarball to a file with a name like
> Where 'lsb_release -r' is "Release: LFS-SVN-20131116"
> Most users probably don't need lsb_release, but may want to add it to be
> completely lsb compliant.
> -- Bruce
That clears it up. Thanks, Bruce
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