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The Linux Standard Base ( ) is a standardcore system that third-party applications written for Linux candepend upon.The lsb-release command is a simple tool to help identify the Linuxdistribution being used and its compliance with the Linux Standard Base.LSB conformance will not be reported unless the required metapackages areinstalled.While it is intended for use by LSB packages, this command may alsobe useful for programmatically distinguishing between a pure Debianinstallation and derived distributions. Tags: Implemented in: Python, User Interface: Command Line, Role: role::program, scope::utility, Purpose: Analysing
The default branch holds packaging sources for the currentmainline version, while stable-* branches contain latestsources for stable releases.To build binary packages, run make indebian/ directory on Debian/Ubuntu, or inrpm/SPECS/ on RHEL and derivatives, SLES, and Amazon Linux, or inalpine/ on Alpine.
This conda package provides the lsb_release command forDebian-based Linux distributions such as Debian and Ubuntu. The Debian-basedlsb-release packageunfortunately depends on a system-wide installation of python3. This condapackage avoids the need for a system-wide installation of python3 when onealready has a conda installation. The distribution-specific data is comes froma tiny system package named distro-info-data,which can be installed with sudo apt-get install -y distro-info-data.
[ Till Kamppeter ] * Re-added LSB compatibility packages, so that auto-downloadable LSB-based printer driver packages work. Thanks to Till Kammpeter for the patch. LP: #1536353 * Added Conflicts/Replaces against cups-filters-invalid-mta and cups-filters-lsb for upgrade compatibility from the Xenial development cycle.
The LSB Specification evolution continues with the LSB 3 release.Built on the same structure as the 2.x specification, this versionof the LSB is based on a new C++ ABI, and includes many improvementsthroughout the specification.
The LSB Specification documents have been restructured for the LSB 2release. This restructuring will permit management of the documentsto be decentralized, permitting area experts to take ownership oftheir respective portion of the specification, without the burdened ofalso having to be responsible for portions outside of their area ofexpertise.
The following (PDF) files have the differences from the correspondingversion of the document at Release 2.0. Generic IA32 IA64 PPC32 PPC64 S390 S390X AMD64 PDF PDF PDF Not Published PDF Not Published PDF PDF 2.0 ErrataErrata for the 2.1 specifications can be found HERE.-->The LSB 2.0.1 SpecificationLSB 2.0.1 was released October 21, 2004.
The following documents were submitted to ISO to begin theprocess of becoming an international standard. Eventually,LSB 3.1.0 became ISO 23360:2006.Explanatory ReportLSB Core SpecificationLSB Core Specification for AMD64LSB Core Specification for IA32LSB Core Specificationfor IA64LSB Core Specification for PPC32LSB Core Specification for PPC64LSB Core Specification for S390LSB Core Specification for S390XDifferences from Release 2.0The following (PDF) files have the differences from the correspondingversion of the document at Release 2.0. Generic IA32 IA64 PPC32 PPC64 S390 S390X AMD64 PDF PDF PDF Not Published PDF Not Published PDF PDF 2.0 ErrataErrata for the 2.0 specifications can be found HERE.The LSB 2.0 SpecificationLSB 2.0 was released August 31, 2004. The release omitted the PPC32 and S390 architectures.
The 1.3 release consists of the common specification,and a processor specific specification for the IA32 and PPC32 architectures,and introduces the IA64, S390 and S390X architecture specifications. These documentsshould be used together to obtain the complete specification.
The 1.2 release consists of the common specificationand a processor specific specification for the IA32 architecture,and introduces the PPC32 architecture specification. These documentsshould be used together to obtain the complete specification.
This is a quick guide to using the MySQL APT repository, which provides deb packages for installing and managing the MySQL server, client, and other components on the current Debian and Ubuntu releases.
Install the downloaded release package with the following command, replacing version-specific-package-name with the name of the downloaded package (preceded by its path, if you are not running the command inside the folder where the package is):
During the installation of the package, you will be asked to choose the versions of the MySQL server and other components (for example, the MySQL Workbench) that you want to install. If you are not sure which version to choose, do not change the default options selected for you. You can also choose none if you do not want a particular component to be installed. After making the choices for all components, choose Ok to finish the configuration and installation of the release package.
By default, all installations and upgrades for your MySQL server and the other required components come from the release series of the major version you have selected during the installation of the configuration package (see Adding the MySQL APT Repository). However, you can switch to another supported major release series at any time by reconfiguring the configuration package you have installed. Use the following command:
A dialogue box then asks you to choose the major release version you want. Make your selection and choose Ok. After returning to the command prompt, update package information from the MySQL APT repository with this command:
Note that, by default, the MySQL APT repository will update MySQL to the release series you have selected when you were adding the MySQL APT repository to your system. If you want to upgrade to another release series, select it by following the steps given in Selecting a Major Release Version.
As a general rule, to upgrade from one release series to another, go to the next series rather than skipping a series. For example, if you are currently running MySQL 5.6 and wish to upgrade to a newer series, upgrade to MySQL 5.7 first before upgrading to 8.0.
Variants and forks of MySQL are distributed by different parties through their own software repositories or download sites. You can replace a native distribution of MySQL installed from your Linux platform's software repository with a distribution from the MySQL APT repository in a few steps.
deb packages from MySQL for installing the MySQL server and its components can either be downloaded from the MySQL Developer Zone's MySQL Download page or from the MySQL APT repository. The deb packages from the two sources are different, and they install and configure MySQL in different ways.
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Assuming you have already created a local repository (by git clone),you can check out a specific release using a Gittag.For example, to work with the v9.5 release instead of themain branch, enter the following commands in your local repo:
You can install Hedgewars by compiling its source code release directly, or you can install one of the prepackaged binaries if there is one for your operating system. Unless a release has "alpha", "beta", or "rc" in its name, it is tested and considered stable for use. To upgrade to the latest release, either uninstall your old version first or just install the new version "on top of" an older release.