On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 07:47:24PM +0000, Stephen Shirley wrote:
> Hmm, everyone 'cept debian it seems. IIRC chkconfig is part of the lsb
> spec, I suppose debian will acquire it eventually.
Hopefully not, lsb has just gone haywire, it's a description of
what commercially successful distributions already have rather
than what should be aspired to to make peoples lives easier. It
has rpm as a package format for crying out loud.
lsb support in Debian looks like it's going to be something that
is apt-get installable, install some package and you get the
I can tell you now that if running lsb-compliant distros, using
only the featureset in lsb, my life as an admin would be orders
of magnitude harder. I'll have my FHS, debconf and Debian-policy
and keep it, much much better.
colmmacc at redbrick.dcu.ie PubKey: colmmacc+pgp at redbrick.dcu.ie
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