The LSB Init Script names (assigned by LANANA) are used by LSB-compliant applications and distributions when naming init scripts placed in the /etc/init.d directory.
Hierarchical Namespace Alternatives: Instead of applying for an LSB Init Script Name, it is also possible to use a script name that begins with your fully qualified Internet domain name (FQDN in lower case) or your LSB Provider Name. For further details, see the System Initialization chapter of the LSB Core specification.
Restrictions: The LSB Init Script names assigned by LANANA will only consist of the ASCII characters [-_.a-z0-9].
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