Книга: Embedded Linux Primer: A Practical, Real-World Approach

1.4.1. Linux Standard Base

1.4.1. Linux Standard Base

Probably the single most relevant standard is the Linux Standard Base (LSB). The goal of the LSB is to establish a set of standards designed to enhance the interoperability of applications among different Linux distributions. Currently, the LSB spans several architectures, including IA32/64, PowerPC 32- and 64-bit, AMD64, and others. The standard is broken down into a core component and the individual architecture components.

The LSB specifies common attributes of a Linux distribution, including object format, standard library interfaces, minimum set of commands and utilities and their behavior, file system layout, system initialization, and so on.

You can learn more about the LSB at the link given in Section 1.5.1, "Suggestions for Additional Reading," section at the end of this chapter.

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