[cgl_discussion] Something we might be able to work on relati ng the LSB

Lynch, Rusty rusty.lynch at intel.com
Fri Sep 6 11:52:35 PDT 2002


Yes, if adding our patches causes new LSB failures then that is a bug.  This
is how I would interpret "breaking LSB compliance".

This is true for the kernel or any other component.

	-rusty

-----Original Message-----
From: Stephanie Glass [mailto:sglass at us.ibm.com]
Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 11:48 AM
To: Rusty Lynch
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mika at osdl.org
Subject: RE: [cgl_discussion] Something we might be able to work on
relati ng the LSB



Rusty,
I agree with Mika.  Making LSB work correct is a distro job.  The only
question I have is the following:

- Someone runs LSB on stock vanilla 2.4.18 kernel and get a set of errors.
- Someone runs LSB on our version of the 2.4.18 kernel and get some extra
errors.

Do we need to figure out which patch broke something and fix it?  Is that a
bug?

Stephanie

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                      Mika Kukkonen

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On Fri, 2002-09-06 at 11:30, Lynch, Rusty wrote:
> Yea, the language is messed up.  Let me try again:
>
> Fact #1: The stock Linux 2.4.x kernels fail a bunch of LSB validation
test.
> This has been document by LSB.
> Fact #2: Red Hat (via an Alan Cox patch) has fixed a bunch of these
> failures.
>
> If we wanted too, we could create a patch that fixes various LSB failures
> (just like Red Hat did.)  I'm just thinking out loud.

OK, now I got it, and the answer no, it is not our job to make vanilla
2.4.18 kernel to pass LSB tests, it is the Linux distribution vendors job.

--MiKu

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