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Re: /lib/lsb/init-functions vs. /etc/init.d/functions in init scripts?



Le Mar 28 août 2007 07:55, Jos Vos a écrit :
> On Mon, Aug 27, 2007 at 06:37:14PM -0400, John Dennis wrote:
>
>> Does one have to require redhat-lsb in your RPM spec file?
>
> Aside from Jeremy's response, I would suggest then to require "lsb",
> or (whatever's applicable) some variant with/without a version number
> (e.g., "lsb-core-noarch >= 3.1"), which is already "provided" by
> redhat-lsb, so that the dependency is not about the specific package
> name, that could also have been fedora-lsb, or something else.

The problem is not the R name, the problem is the useful parts of the
LSB spec are in a package that pulls a lot of garbage, instead of
being in a separate package people can require independently.

-- 
Nicolas Mailhot



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