[CLUE-Cert] Next meeting
Dennis J Perkins
djperkins at americanisp.net
Wed Jun 11 16:13:27 MDT 2003
Sounds like a good starting point. I think it will help cover certain
aspects of Linux.
Note that the LSB supposedly takes a brute force approach to building
the toolchain, e.g., binutils, gcc and glibc. Nothing wrong with that.
It just takes more time.
I'm not keen on using RPM as the package manager. I think there are
problems with it since different disbributions use RPM. Openpkg might
be a good alternative. It's a modified RPM designed to use source packages.
I see no reason why we need to wait until the meeting if someone has
questions about something they read. We might be able to answer some of
them ahead of time or be prepared to answer them at the meeting.
Jef Barnhart wrote:
>If everybody would please print out and read the LSB
>LANANA Linux Device List
>LSB Init Script Name Registry
>I want to go over most of this. Most of the LSB would not be of use to
>us. System calls, things like that.
>Things that need to be covered.
>VII. Package Format and Installation
> If we are to develop our own packaging script we need to follow this.
>VIII. Commands and Utilities
> Looking at this, this is what we need for a bare working distro.
>IX. Standard Shell
> This what we need for the shell. Bash will do.
>X. Users & Groups
>XI. Execution Environment
> This is where the FHS comes in.
> LANANA Linux Device List
>XII. System Initialization
> What gets done and when. LSB Init Script Name Registry
> Not much that I can say about this other than read it. This will give
>us back ground for where things need to be.
>My thoughts on a plan of action for this.
>Next meeting - Having read most of the docs before. Review and discus
>what we need.
>There is a long break between meetings. If you can download the The LSB
>Sample Implementation or at least read the site.
>1 Jul - We will attempt to start the The LSB Sample Implementation and
>look at it. We will compare and contrast the LSB to SI. Analize how they
>did it and how close to LSB is the SI. If we have time compare to a base
>install of Red Hat.
>15 Jul - At this point we should have enough background info to start
>the design process. No code. We will talk about best coding practices.
>This is only a start, I need your input.
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