[lsb-discuss] Joint session of LSB and OpenPrinting on the LF Summit
till.kamppeter at gmail.com
Wed Mar 19 05:34:57 PDT 2008
Is LSB 4.0 (due by the end of this year) not based on the SLES version
which comes after 10? If LSB 4.0 is also SLES10-based we cannot change
much in it and so it would be a 3.3 or even only 3.2.1.
Having SANE only in SLED should not prevent it from being in the LSB, as
the LSB covers also desktops and not only servers.
Klaus Singvogel wrote:
> speaking of SLES10:
> Theodore Tso wrote:
>> One thing... given our design goal
>> of keeping LSB 4.0 something which existing enterprise distro's can
>> certify against, can you comment about how many of these items are
>> present in RHEL 5 and SLES 10?
>> * CUPS 1.2.x interfaces
> Not present.
> The release of cups-1.2.x was done after the package freeze of SLES10.
> As there are tremendous changes between cups-1.1.x and cups-1.2.x,
> e.g. RunAsUser option, I dont have the feeling that we will be able to
> provide cups-1.2.x as an update in any service pack ever.
>> * New printing functionality of GTK 2.10.x and newer
> We're shipping gtk+-2.8.x in SLES10 only.
>> * Driver inteface OpenPrinting Vector (OPVP) 1.x
> OPVP is part of EPS ghostscript-8.15.x, which is shipped
>> * SANE (Scanner Access Now Easy) scanner driver interface
> SANE is not present in SLES10, but sane is part of SLED10 (the
> equivalent desktop product).
> Here you find the list of all shipped packages in SLES10 (not
> containing SLED10 packages):
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