The tag has no usage guidance.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

2
votes
2answers
76 views

How can we obtain a temporary filename in a standard-conforming IEEE 1003.1 script?

How can we obtain a temporary file name in a standard-conforming shell script (using no commands or extensions which are not described the 2013 edition of IEEE 1003.1). There doesn't appear to be any ...
0
votes
1answer
30 views

Connect to a wireless network as standard user without administrator authentication Linux Mint 17.3

I'm trying to get a standard user on my laptop installed with Linux Mint 17.3 on the wireless. I can get to the internet just fine logged in with an administrator but as soon as i log in with a ...
1
vote
0answers
38 views

How is an icon theme supposed to be organised?

While trying to find out the icon used for a mimetype, I noticed that gnome and oxygen icon themes on my Arch Linux and Ubuntu 14.04 had the following folder structures: gnome/48x48: apps mimetypes ...
1
vote
0answers
69 views

OS X Yosemite is SUS - Single Unix Specification 3 certified. But what posix standard is it compliant to? the latest one is 2008

I'm confused. Is SUS compliance the same as POSIX compliance? Is yosemite compliant to the latest standards, what years exactly?
1
vote
0answers
101 views

what does the linux standard base specify about the kernel?

I was taking a look at the Linux standard base (lsb) and could not find much interesting info on the kernel. Does the LSB specify anything at all about the kernel or kernel interface? Is it kernel ...
1
vote
0answers
46 views

How to interpret the explicit references to GNU in the LSB specifications?

The LSB is a specification, and as such, should be provider neutral. But it contains many “hard‑coded” reference to GNU at many places. Ex. the ELF Linux's specific entries PT_GNU_STACK, PT_GNU_RELRO ...
0
votes
0answers
15 views

Is there a standardized way for applications to save MRU lists?

Many applications (especially GUI ones) and DEs maintain MRU (most recently used) files lists, also every browser maintains visited pages history. I am just curious if there is already an ...