The LSB-VSX test suite is a version of The Open Group's VSX-PCTS, being used as part of the Linux Standard Base test program. This version of the VSX-PCTS has been setup to autoconfigure on Linux systems. A front end script install.sh is used to auto install, setup and run the test suite. In theory this should allow running of the test suite by those unfamiliar with POSIX.1 and its myriad of options and thus the associated test suite configurables.
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Release Notes: An additional 718 tests have been activated in the default scenario to test for extensions to the base POSIX functionality. The WAITTIME value in the sigconcept and sigsuspend tests has been altered to reduce the overall test execution time. The header file tests are omitted from the default scenario, since they are development environment tests, and not part of the lsb-runtime test scenario. The TET version bundled with this release is updated to TET3.6.
Release Notes: Initial release.