The Linux Standard Base was created to lower the overall costs of supporting the Linux platform. By reducing the differences between individual Linux distributions, the LSB greatly reduces the costs involved with porting applications to different distributions, as well as lowers the cost and effort involved in after-market support of those applications.
- About the LSB 
- Downloads 
- Specifications, Documentation, and Articles 
- List of LSB Certified Products 
- Contributing to the LSB 
The LSB workgroup has released updates to the SDK and the 4.1 distribution tests.
The LSB workgroup has released updates to the SDK, 4.1 distribution tests, and the Linux App Checker.
The LSB Workgroup is pleased to announce the release of the LSB Software Development Kit (SDK) 4.1.5, and updates to the Application Checker and the 4.1 distribution tests.
The Linux Standard Base (LSB) project is pleased to announce several
updates to its suites of tools and tests.
LSB SDK 4.1.4 
The LSB Workgroup has released version 4.1.4 of the LSB Software Development Kit (SDK).
FHS 3.0 Draft 1 
Just in time for LinuxCon, we are pleased to announce the first draft of FHS 3.0!
LSB 4.0 Update 3 
The LSB Workgroup has released update 3 to the Distribution Tests and Application Battery for LSB 4.0.
LSB SDK 4.1.1 
The LSB Workgroup has released version 4.1.1 of the LSB Software Development Kit (SDK).
The LSB workgroup is preparing FHS 3.0, which will be the first FHS release since 2004. As part of that release, we are soliciting contributions from all interested parties.
LSB 4.1 Released 
The LSB workgroup is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Linux Standard Base (LSB) version 4.1.