October 12, 2000

First Linux development platform standards released

Author: JT Smith

InfoWorld has a followup on an earlier report: "The first version of a new Linux Development Platform Specification (LDPS) was released Wednesday, clearing the
way for the adoption of standards that will make participating Linux platforms work together seamlessly. The new LDPS standards will be adhered to by some of the largest Linux distribution companies, including Caldera
Systems, Corel, Red Hat, SuSE Linux, TurboLinux, and VA Linux Systems, the group said." (Disclosure: VA Linux owns NewsForge.)


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