Comments 5 Posted In Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Tags docker seeking redhat-lsb-core package in UBI repo Latest response 2019-08-28T23:30:57+00:00 using redhat ubi ... struggling to find equiv of redhat-lsb-core-4.1-27.el7.centos.1.x86_64 package in any of the UBI yum repos ... thx in advance, JF Started 2019-08-26T18:20:08+00:00 by James Fuller Newbie 15 points Log in to join the conversation Responses Sort By Oldest Sort By Newest MY Expert 1025 points 26 August 2019 8:11 PM Michael Young I suspect you can't find it because it isn't there. The ubi packages are a subset for the normal RHEL content, but the normal redhat-lsb-core package is unlikely play nicely in ubi given that it had to be adjusted for CentOS (which you can see because it has "centos" in its version). JF Newbie 15 points 26 August 2019 8:27 PM James Fuller thx for the quick response and yes it is likely that I am confused ... my (potentially wrong) expectation was that a redhat-lsb would exist in UBI yum repo as it exists in redhat yum repos (as well as packages for fedora, centos, etc). JF Newbie 15 points 27 August 2019 12:57 PM James Fuller I can confirm that redhat-lsb-core is not available in any of the UBI yum repos ... that is inconvenient and wonder if that is an oversight on Redhat's part ? Guru 21965 points 27 August 2019 2:00 PM Christian Labisch Community Leader Hi James, I don't think it is an "oversight" of Red Hat, I think that was done intentionally. The UBI images can be used on any distro/system. :) Regards, Christian Guru 1495 points 28 August 2019 11:30 PM James Nauer Attacking the question from a different angle...can you tell which specific file or dependent package included with redhat-lsb-core you actually need? (e.g. "mailx" or the "esmtp" and "libesmtp" packages, which are all dependencies of redhat-lsb-core (in Fedora 30)). The sub-packages might be included in the UBI repositories (or not...as Michael mentioned, UBI is intentionally a subset of RHEL).