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The Linux Standard Base (LSB) is a set of standards designed to increase compatibility among Linux distributions. LSB 2.0 is considered revolutionary in that it allows independent software vendors to develop software for the Linux platform without breaching the Open Source ethic. The team who created the LSB explains the benefits of LSB certification, and how to create, test, and certify Linux software for LSB 2.0 compliance. Appendices include a free documentation license, glossary, and resources. The companion CD-ROM contains the full LSB 2.0 specification.
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