The LSB workgroup is happy to announce the release of LSB 5.0, including specifications, development tools, and tests.
This release is dedicated to the memory of Christopher Yeoh, a long-time friend and colleague, and a contributor to LSB from the earliest days. Without his dedication this work would not have been possible.
The LSB workgroup is happy to announce LSB 5.0 Release Candidate 1.
Please note that the specification is not yet final, and small changes are possible before the final release.
The specification for LSB 5.0 and FHS 3.0 (included as part of the LSB release) can be found here:
Downloads for the release candidate tests and SDK can be found here:
The LSB workgroup is happy to announce the availability of LSB 5.0 Beta 2.
Please note that the specification is not yet final and changes are likely to be made before final release.
We are calling for testers to test their applications and distributions against this release. Please try out the beta, and report any bugs to the lsb-discuss mailing list or to our bug tracker.
The LSB workgroup is pleased to announce the release of the LSB SDK, version 4.1.8. Bundles for the x86, x86_64, ia64, and POWER architectures can be downloaded immediately from:
31- and 64-bit System z (s390/s390x) releases will be ready later today, and will be made available at the same location.
The LSB workgroup is pleased to announce the availability of LSB 5.0 Beta 1.
This beta is intended to test the completeness of our data gathering for this release, and consists of the LSB SDK and the application and distribution checkers. We are releasing these items for the x86 and x86_64 platforms first.
The SDK, Application Checker, and Distribution Checker can be downloaded from the Linux Foundation's FTP site:
The LSB workgroup has released updates to the SDK and the 4.1 distribution tests. These updates are now available from the LSB Download page:
This is a bugfix release. A number of bugs in the LSB 4.1 tests have been fixed. More importantly, a fix to the SDK was applied which fixes building Qt 4 applications on newer versions of GCC.
The LSB workgroup has released updates to the SDK, 4.1 distribution tests, and the Linux App Checker. These updates are now available from the LSB Download page:
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. These updates are now available from the LSB Download page:
The Linux Standard Base (LSB) project is pleased to announce several
updates to its suites of tools and tests. These updates are now
available from the LSB Download page:
This update includes bug fixes to the LSB 4.0 test suite and application battery, the LSB 4.1 test suite, and the Application Checker and Distribution Checker front-ends.
Some highlights from the updates:
The LSB Workgroup has released version 4.1.4 of the LSB Software Development Kit (SDK).