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Re: [seul-edu] ISO Project Questions
On 2002-12-21 00:37:30 -0500 Matt Jezorek <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On compilation of the packages that will be included what
We haven't gotten to that point yet, but I'd like all our stuff to
be LSB-compliant. My current thinking is that we ought to work with
DebianEdu and get everything packaged in DEBs as our baseline
packages (Debian's LSB-compliant, right?), and then use alien to
generate the RPMs and TGZs from them.
they be compiled on? I mean are you going to compile on various or
be compiling on a set base. The reason I ask is different libs for
distributions. For example Blue Linux no longer uses
are going with LSB specs so /lib/ld-lsb.so.1 is being used. This
problems on any of the software not compiled this way. Has this
out yet by the folks doing the packaging?
Or am I ahead of the game?
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