An *ix standard? Where have we heard this before?

Summary:Proponents of Linux are pointing to almost universally-supported (if not in the technology, in the rhetoric) Linux Standards Base 2.0 as evidence that incompatibilities between the various distributions of Linux can be ironed out, thus giving developers a unified target to work with.

Proponents of Linux are pointing to almost universally-supported (if not in the technology, in the rhetoric) Linux Standards Base 2.0 as evidence that incompatibilities between the various distributions of Linux can be ironed out, thus giving developers a unified target to work with.

Topics: Operating Systems

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