Man Linux: Main Page and Category List


       lsbpkgchk - check LSB conformance of a package


       lsbpkgchk  [-hvnAt]  [-L  LANANANAME] [-T PRODUCT] [-M MODULE]... ] [-j
       JOURNAL] [-d DEPENDENCY] [long-options] pkgname


       Measure a package’s  conformance  to  the  Linux  Standard  Base  (LSB)
       specification.  The  format  of  the  package  and  the contents of the
       payload are checked.  Warnings are produced for anything that is  used,
       but not contained in the LSB specification.

       -h, --help
              Print a help message and exit.

       -v, --version
              Output  the  program version and LSB version to standard output.
              The version and LSB version are always  logged  to  the  journal
              file irrespective of this option.

       -n, --nojournal
              Do not create a journal file.

       -L LANANNAME, --lanana=LANANANAME
              Specify  the  LANANA  registered  package or provider name to be
              used when evaluating pathnames for FHS conformance.

       -t     Check the LSB conformance of the executable files in the archive
              payload  of  the  package.  All  shared libraries present in the
              package are assumed to be  a  part  of  the  application,  hence
              lsbpkgchk  does  not  complain about symbols in executable files
              which are provided in those shared libraries.

       -r VERSION, --lsb-version=VERSION
              Specify the  lsb  version  the  application  should  be  checked

       -T              [core,c++|core,c++,desktop],              --lsb-product
              Specify  the lsb spec/product to load modules for- 3.0, and 3.1,

       -M modulename
              Also check the symbols found in module modulename.  The  default
              module name is LSB-Core. Other choices are LSB-Graphics and LSB-
              C++ (module names are not case-sensitive).

       -j JOURNAL, --journal=JOURNAL
              Write the journal file to JOURNAL  instead  of  to  the  default
              filename in the current directory.

       -d DEPENDENCY, --dependency=DEPENDENCY
              Add  DEPENDENCY provided by another customer provided package to
              the list of expected dependencies. Without this option a package
              that  has a dependency on another customer provided package will
              report that it has an unexpected dependency.

       A journal file is created named journal.pkgchk.pkgname where pkgname is
       the  package specified on the command line. It contains a record of the
       test results in a format that can be submitted for  LSB  Certification.
       You must have write access to the current working directory in order to
       run lsbpkgchk  successfully,  or  use  the  -j  option  to  specify  an
       alternate location for the journal.  The journal file can be omitted by
       the use of the -n option.  Journal  files  may  be  examined  with  the
       tjreport  tool,  available  from  the  LSB  project as part of the lsb-
       tet3-lite package.


       The contributors to the Linux Standard Base.


       If you obtained this checker from the LSB  ftp  site,  report  bugs  at     or     email    to    <lsb-discuss@linux->.  If you obtained this from your  distribution,  report
       bugs back to the distribution in the normal way.


       Should be able to specify where to write the journal file.


       Linux    Standard   Base   specification   and   other   documents   at