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software developer and for many years linux/debian/ubuntu passionate


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comment Does Ubuntu follow the Linux Standard Base (LSB)?
This answer explain details about standard LSB and links to ubuntu official lsb package. But I don't found here official status ubuntu vs lsb considering for example current LTS or any progress in direction to compliance. I don't know whether was performed some compilance tests performed in 12.04. On LSB webpage I don't found any such information. So I'm looking on ubuntu and I found nothing. So I suppose that current ubuntu development are not focused on LSB at all. Am I right? Or not?