[lsb-discuss] [Fwd: Certification for 3.1 update]
vrub at ispras.ru
Sat Mar 10 01:57:39 PST 2007
Actually, there are two different command line possibilities. It seems John
used the "raw" command line by directly invoking corresponding test suites.
Meanwhile, there is also a more user friendly command line developed by us
on the top of autotest. Below is an excerpt from the DTK Getting Started
document about using this kind of command line:
1. Go to the directory /opt/lsb/test/manager/autotest-ext.
* To run the certification tests, execute the command:
You could also specify -Tcore,c++ parameter to certify against the 'core,
c++' profile. The 'core, c++, desktop' profile is used by default when no
-T parameter is specified.
* To run the custom set of tests, execute the command:
./lsb-tef.pl test1 test2 ...
test1, test2 etc. are the specific test suites you wish to run. To obtain
the list of supported test suites, use ./lsb-tef.pl --help.
2. In addition, the following options may be useful:
* -D: Automatically download the test packages needed.
* --lsb=<LSB-version>: Allows to explicitly specify the LSB version to
* -r <results-dir>: Specify the directory for the results.
* -v[0-2]: Specify verbose mode.
3. Please, see
for the full list of the options available.
This way of running the tests is very easy, in some sense, even easier than
starting and using the web interface.
> I have been using both command line and the web interface. The command
> line interface is the one that contains the annoying root password
> prompts. The web interface seems to run without this interaction. Very
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