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#101 2015-07-22 15:25:51

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Re: Show your packg number

 22 Jul 15 | 12:23:23 ~
    $ dpkg -l | grep ^ii | wc -l # count
1640
 
 22 Jul 15 | 12:23:25 ~
    $ sys
System:    Host: bunsen Kernel: 3.16.0-4-amd64 x86_64 (64 bit) Desktop: Openbox 3.5.2
           Distro: BunsenLabs 8.1 Hydrogen
 
 22 Jul 15 | 12:24:25 ~
    $ 

{sigh} number went up a bit but still can't find the kitchen sink. smile


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#102 2015-07-22 16:29:11

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Re: Show your packg number

It's OK S11, Nowdays it is very difficult to keep applications with less dependencies.
GTK3 and his mostly bloated suggestion are too blame sad


# Debian GNU/Linux 8:8.2 (netinst/stable)
# Packages Installed: 541
# Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u4 (2015-09-19) i686 GNU/Linux
# Startup finished in 2.850s (kernel) + 6.473s (userspace) = 9.324s

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#103 2015-07-22 16:37:50

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Re: Show your packg number

Nili wrote:

+ xorg

You're installing the entire xorg metapackage?
yikes

Have you tried using debootstrap to install Debian?
https://wiki.debian.org/Debootstrap

That produces am extremely minimal system -- it makes a netinstall look like bloat central...

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#104 2015-07-22 17:04:24

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Re: Show your packg number

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

You're installing the entire xorg metapackage?
yikes

Have you tried using debootstrap to install Debian?
https://wiki.debian.org/Debootstrap

That produces am extremely minimal system -- it makes a netinstall look like bloat central...

Yes unfortunately with Xorg,  :8  Removed some unwanted driver and kept a few... but xorg installed other sh!ts also...

ii  xorg                          1:7.7+7                           i386         X.Org X Window System
ii  xorg-docs-core                1:1.7-1                           all          Core documentation for the X.org X Window System
ii  xserver-common                2:1.16.4-1                        all          common files used by various X servers
ii  xserver-xorg                  1:7.7+7                           i386         X.Org X server
ii  xserver-xorg-core             2:1.16.4-1                        i386         Xorg X server - core server
ii  xserver-xorg-input-evdev      1:2.9.0-2                         i386         X.Org X server -- evdev input driver
ii  xserver-xorg-video-fbdev      1:0.4.4-1+b2                      i386         X.Org X server -- fbdev display driver
ii  xserver-xorg-video-intel      2:2.21.15-2+b2                    i386         X.Org X server -- Intel i8xx, i9xx display driver
ii  xserver-xorg-video-vesa       1:2.3.3-1+b3                      i386         X.Org X server -- VESA display driver

No haven't tried or heard debootstrap, I have to check and learn from debootstrap apparently :8

Xorg installed 110 packages on my system  hmm  perhaps most of them are just useless. However, i should still studying and learning even from my mistakes sometimes. All my installations are made with "--no-install-recommends" ofcourse.

Thanks for laying of light smile


# Debian GNU/Linux 8:8.2 (netinst/stable)
# Packages Installed: 541
# Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u4 (2015-09-19) i686 GNU/Linux
# Startup finished in 2.850s (kernel) + 6.473s (userspace) = 9.324s

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#105 2015-07-22 17:17:44

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Re: Show your packg number

^ We are not all "HoaS Experts" - I'm happy I can use a netinstall CD these days.

Will that "strip out" the parts of "xorg" that are not needed?

I do a

sudo dpkg -l | less | grep xorg

and I see things that I'm certain I don't need ... but a system a few years back went CRUNCH BANG when I removed them - guess I needed them. sad


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#106 2015-07-22 19:02:19

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The command above show what i have posted atleast for my dpkg -l

indeed there are too much xserver-xorg in default

We must be sure what not belonging to us to rid off. So i did and leaved only what i wanted.

There is a thread regarding Removing unnecessary xorg drivers

556 currently just removed an orphaned.

Last edited by Nili (2015-07-22 19:03:45)


# Debian GNU/Linux 8:8.2 (netinst/stable)
# Packages Installed: 541
# Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u4 (2015-09-19) i686 GNU/Linux
# Startup finished in 2.850s (kernel) + 6.473s (userspace) = 9.324s

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#107 2015-07-22 21:00:33

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Re: Show your packg number

Nili wrote:

There is a thread regarding Removing unnecessary xorg drivers

4D696B65 wrote:
Bulkley wrote:

A couple of years ago I went through this process of removing unnecessary bits of xserver-xorg.  Everything went well but some time later Aptitude put them all back.

xorg drivers and their meta packages create a catch 22 situation with recommends enabled.

Lets hope you don't get caught.


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#108 2015-07-22 21:03:53

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Re: Show your packg number

^ Best way is to use:

sudo aptitude -u

and mark all the desired packages as explicitly installed then remove the metapackage:

sudo aptitude remove xorg

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#109 2015-07-22 21:42:06

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2078 worth of experimentation...


Linux in the backwoods of the Rocky Mountains...

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#110 2015-08-02 20:06:00

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Re: Show your packg number

my 235 packages.

[i] app-admin/eselect (1.4.4@07/30/2015): Gentoo's multi-purpose configuration and management tool
[i] app-admin/grubconfig (1.28-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Simple Tool to configure Grub-Bootloader
[i] app-admin/perl-cleaner (2.19@07/30/2015): User land tool for cleaning up old perl installs
[i] app-admin/python-updater (0.11@07/30/2015): Script used to reinstall Python packages after changing of active Python versions
[i] app-admin/rsyslog (8.7.0-r2{tbz2}@08/01/2015): An enhanced multi-threaded syslogd with database support and more
[i] app-admin/sudo (1.8.12{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Allows users or groups to run commands as other users
[i] app-admin/syslog-summary (1.14-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Summarizes the contents of a syslog log file
[i] app-arch/bzip2 (1.0.6-r6@07/30/2015): A high-quality data compressor used extensively by Gentoo Linux
[i] app-arch/cpio (2.11-r3{tbz2}@08/01/2015): A file archival tool which can also read and write tar files
[i] app-arch/gzip (1.6@07/30/2015): Standard GNU compressor
[i] app-arch/lzop (1.03{tbz2}@07/31/2015): Utility for fast (even real-time) compression/decompression
[i] app-arch/tar (1.27.1-r2@07/30/2015): Use this to make tarballs :)
[i] app-arch/unzip (6.0-r3@07/30/2015): unzipper for pkzip-compressed files
[i] app-arch/xz-utils (5.0.8@07/30/2015): utils for managing LZMA compressed files
[i] app-backup/snapper (0.2.6{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Command-line program for btrfs and ext4 snapshot management
[i] app-editors/nano (2.3.6@07/30/2015): GNU GPL'd Pico clone with more functionality
[i] app-eselect/eselect-python (20111108@07/30/2015): Eselect module for management of multiple Python versions
[i] app-eselect/eselect-ruby (20131227{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Manages multiple Ruby versions
[i] app-misc/ca-certificates (20140927.3.17.2@07/29/2015): Common CA Certificates PEM files
[i] app-misc/editor-wrapper (4@07/30/2015): Wrapper scripts that will execute EDITOR or PAGER
[i] app-misc/linux-logo (5.11-r3{tbz2}@08/01/2015): A utility that displays an ANSI/ASCII logo and some system information
[i] app-misc/mime-types (9@07/29/2015): Provides /etc/mime.types file
[i] app-misc/pax-utils (1.0.3@07/30/2015): ELF related utils for ELF 32/64 binaries that can check files for security relevant properties
[i] app-portage/eix (0.30.4{tbz2}@07/31/2015): Search and query ebuilds, portage incl. local settings, ext. overlays, version changes, and more
[i] app-portage/elogv (0.7.6.1-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Curses based utility to parse the contents of elogs created by Portage
[i] app-portage/portage-utils (0.56{tbz2}@08/02/2015): small and fast portage helper tools written in C
[i] app-portage/ufed (0.91{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Gentoo Linux USE flags editor
[i] app-shells/bash (4.3_p33-r2@07/30/2015): The standard GNU Bourne again shell
[i] app-shells/push (1.6{tbz2}@07/31/2015): A POSIX shell function to treat a variable like an array, quoting args
[i] app-text/asciidoc (8.6.9-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): A text document format for writing short documents, articles, books and UNIX man pages
[i] app-text/build-docbook-catalog (1.19.1@07/30/2015): DocBook XML catalog auto-updater
[i] app-text/docbook-xml-dtd (4.1.2-r6(4.1.2)@07/30/2015 4.2-r2(4.2){tbz2}@08/01/2015 4.4-r2(4.4){tbz2}@08/02/2015 4.5-r1(4.5){tbz2}@08/01/2015): Docbook DTD for XML
[i] app-text/docbook-xsl-stylesheets (1.78.0-r1@07/30/2015): XSL Stylesheets for Docbook
[i] app-text/openjade (1.3.2-r6@07/30/2015): Jade is an implementation of DSSSL - an ISO standard for formatting SGML and XML documents
[i] app-text/opensp (1.5.2-r3@07/30/2015): A free, object-oriented toolkit for SGML parsing and entity management
[i] app-text/po4a (0.45-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Tools for helping translation of documentation
[i] app-text/sgml-common (0.6.3-r5@07/30/2015): Base ISO character entities and utilities for SGML
[i] app-text/wgetpaste (2.25-r3{tbz2}@07/31/2015): Command-line interface to various pastebins
[i] app-text/xmlto (0.0.26{tbz2}@08/01/2015): script for converting XML and DocBook formatted documents to a variety of output formats
[i] dev-lang/perl (5.20.2{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Larry Wall's Practical Extraction and Report Language
[i] dev-lang/python (2.7.9-r1(2.7)@07/30/2015 3.4.1(3.4)@07/30/2015): An interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language
[i] dev-lang/python-exec (2.0.1-r1(2)@07/30/2015): Python script wrapper
[i] dev-libs/boost (1.56.0-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Boost Libraries for C++
[i] dev-libs/elfutils (0.158@07/30/2015): Libraries/utilities to handle ELF objects (drop in replacement for libelf)
[i] dev-libs/eventlog (0.2.12{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Support library for syslog-ng
[i] dev-libs/expat (2.1.0-r5{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Stream-oriented XML parser library
[i] dev-libs/glib (2.42.2(2)@07/30/2015): The GLib library of C routines
[i] dev-libs/gmp (5.1.3-r1@07/30/2015): Library for arithmetic on arbitrary precision integers, rational numbers, and floating-point numbers
[i] dev-libs/icu (55.1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): International Components for Unicode
[i] dev-libs/iniparser (3.1-r1@07/30/2015): A free stand-alone ini file parsing library
[i] dev-libs/json-c (0.11-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): A JSON implementation in C
[i] dev-libs/libaio (0.3.110{tbz2}@07/31/2015): Asynchronous input/output library that uses the kernels native interface
[i] dev-libs/libestr (0.1.9{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Library for some string essentials
[i] dev-libs/libevent (2.0.22{tbz2}@08/02/2015): A library to execute a function when a specific event occurs on a file descriptor
[i] dev-libs/libffi (3.0.13-r1@07/30/2015): a portable, high level programming interface to various calling conventions
[i] dev-libs/libgcrypt (1.5.4-r1@07/30/2015): General purpose crypto library based on the code used in GnuPG
[i] dev-libs/libgpg-error (1.13@07/30/2015): Contains error handling functions used by GnuPG software
[i] dev-libs/liblogging (1.0.4{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Liblogging is an easy to use, portable, open source library for system logging
[i] dev-libs/libltdl (2.4.6@07/30/2015): A shared library tool for developers
[i] dev-libs/libpcre (8.36(3)@07/30/2015): Perl-compatible regular expression library
[i] dev-libs/libpipeline (1.4.0@07/30/2015): a pipeline manipulation library
[i] dev-libs/libtasn1 (4.5{tbz2}@08/01/2015): ASN.1 library
[i] dev-libs/libxml2 (2.9.2-r1(2){tbz2}@07/30/2015): Version 2 of the library to manipulate XML files
[i] dev-libs/libxslt (1.1.28-r4{tbz2}@07/30/2015): XSLT libraries and tools
[i] dev-libs/libyaml (0.1.6{tbz2}@08/01/2015): YAML 1.1 parser and emitter written in C
[i] dev-libs/lzo (2.08(2){tbz2}@07/31/2015): An extremely fast compression and decompression library
[i] dev-libs/mpc (1.0.2-r1@07/30/2015): A library for multiprecision complex arithmetic with exact rounding
[i] dev-libs/mpfr (3.1.2_p10@07/30/2015): library for multiple-precision floating-point computations with exact rounding
[i] dev-libs/nettle (2.7.1-r4{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Low-level cryptographic library
[i] dev-libs/openssl (1.0.1p{tbz2}@08/01/2015): full-strength general purpose cryptography library (including SSL and TLS)
[i] dev-libs/popt (1.16-r2@07/30/2015): Parse Options - Command line parser
[i] dev-perl/Locale-gettext (1.50.0-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): A Perl module for accessing the GNU locale utilities
[i] dev-perl/Module-Build (0.420.500{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Build and install Perl modules
[i] dev-perl/SGMLSpm (1.03-r7{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Perl library for parsing the output of nsgmls
[i] dev-perl/TermReadKey (2.300.200-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Change terminal modes, and perform non-blocking reads
[i] dev-perl/Text-CharWidth (0.40.0-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Get number of occupied columns of a string on terminal
[i] dev-perl/Text-Unidecode (0.40.0-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Plain ASCII transliterations of Unicode text
[i] dev-perl/Text-WrapI18N (0.60.0-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Internationalized substitute of Text::Wrap
[i] dev-perl/Unicode-EastAsianWidth (1.330.0-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): East Asian Width properties
[i] dev-perl/XML-Parser (2.410.0-r2{tbz2}@08/02/2015): A Perl extension interface to James Clark's XML parser, expat
[i] dev-perl/libintl-perl (1.200.0-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): High-Level Interface to Uniforum Message Translation
[i] dev-scheme/guile (1.8.8-r1(12){tbz2}@08/01/2015): GNU Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extensions
[i] dev-util/boost-build (1.56.0{tbz2}@08/01/2015): A system for large project software construction, which is simple to use and powerful
[i] dev-util/dialog (1.2.20150528{tbz2}@08/01/2015): tool to display dialog boxes from a shell
[i] dev-util/gperf (3.0.4@07/30/2015): A perfect hash function generator
[i] dev-util/gtk-doc-am (1.24@07/30/2015): Automake files from gtk-doc
[i] dev-util/intltool (0.50.2-r1@07/30/2015): Internationalization Tool Collection
[i] dev-util/pkgconfig (0.28-r2@07/30/2015): Package config system that manages compile/link flags
[i] dev-util/ragel (6.7-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Compiles finite state machines from regular languages into executable code
[i] games-misc/cowsay (3.03-r2{tbz2}@08/02/2015): configurable talking ASCII cow (and other characters)
[i] mail-mta/nullmailer (1.13-r5{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Simple relay-only local mail transport agent
[i] media-gfx/grub-splashes (20091109{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Collection of grub splashes
[i] media-libs/freetype (2.5.5(2){tbz2}@08/01/2015): A high-quality and portable font engine
[i] net-dns/libidn (1.30{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) implementation
[i] net-firewall/iptables (1.4.21-r1@07/30/2015): Linux kernel (2.4+) firewall, NAT and packet mangling tools
[i] net-libs/gnutls (3.3.15{tbz2}@08/01/2015): A TLS 1.2 and SSL 3.0 implementation for the GNU project
[i] net-libs/libnfsidmap (0.24{tbz2}@08/02/2015): NFSv4 ID <-> name mapping library
[i] net-libs/libtirpc (0.2.5{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Transport Independent RPC library (SunRPC replacement)
[i] net-misc/dhcpcd (6.9.0{tbz2}@08/01/2015): A fully featured, yet light weight RFC2131 compliant DHCP client
[i] net-misc/iputils (20121221-r1@07/30/2015): Network monitoring tools including ping and ping6
[i] net-misc/netifrc (0.2.2@07/30/2015): Gentoo Network Interface Management Scripts
[i] net-misc/openssh (6.9_p1-r2{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Port of OpenBSD's free SSH release
[i] net-misc/rsync (3.1.1@07/30/2015): File transfer program to keep remote files into sync
[i] net-misc/wget (1.16@07/30/2015): Network utility to retrieve files from the WWW
[i] perl-core/Data-Dumper (2.154.0{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Stringified perl data structures, suitable for both printing and eval
[i] perl-core/File-Temp (0.230.400-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): File::Temp can be used to create and open temporary files in a safe way
[i] sys-apps/acl (2.2.52-r1@07/30/2015): access control list utilities, libraries and headers
[i] sys-apps/attr (2.4.47-r2{tbz2}@07/30/2015): Extended attributes tools
[i] sys-apps/baselayout (2.2@07/30/2015): Filesystem baselayout and init scripts
[i] sys-apps/busybox (1.23.1-r1@07/30/2015): Utilities for rescue and embedded systems
[i] sys-apps/coreutils (8.23@07/30/2015): Standard GNU file utilities (chmod, cp, dd, dir, ls...), text utilities (sort, tr, head, wc..), and shell utilities (whoami, who,...)
[i] sys-apps/dbus (1.8.16{tbz2}@08/02/2015): A message bus system, a simple way for applications to talk to each other
[i] sys-apps/debianutils (4.4@07/29/2015): A selection of tools from Debian
[i] sys-apps/diffutils (3.3@07/30/2015): Tools to make diffs and compare files
[i] sys-apps/file (5.22@07/30/2015): identify a file's format by scanning binary data for patterns
[i] sys-apps/findutils (4.4.2-r1@07/30/2015): GNU utilities for finding files
[i] sys-apps/gawk (4.0.2@07/30/2015): GNU awk pattern-matching language
[i] sys-apps/gentoo-functions (0.10{tbz2}@07/30/2015): base functions required by all gentoo systems
[i] sys-apps/grep (2.21-r1@07/30/2015): GNU regular expression matcher
[i] sys-apps/groff (1.22.2@07/30/2015): Text formatter used for man pages
[i] sys-apps/help2man (1.46.6@07/30/2015): GNU utility to convert program --help output to a man page
[i] sys-apps/hwids (20150129@07/30/2015): Hardware (PCI, USB, OUI, IAB) IDs databases
[i] sys-apps/iproute2 (3.19.0@07/30/2015): kernel routing and traffic control utilities
[i] sys-apps/kbd (1.15.5-r1@07/30/2015): Keyboard and console utilities
[i] sys-apps/keyutils (1.5.9-r1{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Linux Key Management Utilities
[i] sys-apps/kmod (20@07/30/2015): library and tools for managing linux kernel modules
[i] sys-apps/less (478@07/30/2015): Excellent text file viewer
[i] sys-apps/lm_sensors (3.3.4-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Hardware Monitoring user-space utilities
[i] sys-apps/man-db (2.6.6@07/30/2015): a man replacement that utilizes berkdb instead of flat files
[i] sys-apps/man-pages (4.00@07/30/2015): A somewhat comprehensive collection of Linux man pages
[i] sys-apps/man-pages-posix (2013a@07/30/2015): POSIX man-pages (0p, 1p, 3p)
[i] sys-apps/mlocate (0.26-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Merging locate is an utility to index and quickly search for files
[i] sys-apps/net-tools (1.60_p20130513023548@07/30/2015): Standard Linux networking tools
[i] sys-apps/openrc (0.17@07/30/2015): OpenRC manages the services, startup and shutdown of a host
[i] sys-apps/pciutils (3.2.0{tbz2}@07/31/2015): Various utilities dealing with the PCI bus
[i] sys-apps/portage (2.2.20{tbz2}@07/30/2015): Portage is the package management and distribution system for Gentoo
[i] sys-apps/sandbox (2.6-r1@07/30/2015): sandbox'd LD_PRELOAD hack
[i] sys-apps/sed (4.2.1-r1@07/30/2015): Super-useful stream editor
[i] sys-apps/shadow (4.1.5.1-r1@07/30/2015): Utilities to deal with user accounts
[i] sys-apps/sysvinit (2.88-r7@07/30/2015): /sbin/init - parent of all processes
[i] sys-apps/tcp-wrappers (7.6.22-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): TCP Wrappers
[i] sys-apps/texinfo (5.2@07/30/2015): The GNU info program and utilities
[i] sys-apps/util-linux (2.25.2-r2@07/30/2015): Various useful Linux utilities
[i] sys-apps/which (2.20-r1@07/30/2015): Prints out location of specified executables that are in your path
[i] sys-auth/pambase (20150213{tbz2}@07/30/2015): PAM base configuration files
[i] sys-block/thin-provisioning-tools (0.4.1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): A suite of tools for thin provisioning on Linux
[i] sys-boot/grub (2.02_beta2-r7(2){tbz2}@08/01/2015): GNU GRUB boot loader
[i] sys-devel/autoconf (2.69(2.5)@07/30/2015): Used to create autoconfiguration files
[i] sys-devel/autoconf-wrapper (13@07/30/2015): wrapper for autoconf to manage multiple autoconf versions
[i] sys-devel/autogen (5.18.1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Program and text file generation
[i] sys-devel/automake (1.13.4(1.13){tbz2}@08/01/2015 1.15(1.15)@07/30/2015): Used to generate Makefile.in from Makefile.am
[i] sys-devel/automake-wrapper (10@07/30/2015): wrapper for automake to manage multiple automake versions
[i] sys-devel/bc (1.06.95-r1{tbz2}@07/31/2015): Handy console-based calculator utility
[i] sys-devel/binutils (2.24-r3@07/30/2015): Tools necessary to build programs
[i] sys-devel/binutils-config (4-r2@07/30/2015): Utility to change the binutils version being used
[i] sys-devel/bison (2.4.3@07/30/2015): A general-purpose (yacc-compatible) parser generator
[i] sys-devel/flex (2.5.39-r1@07/30/2015): The Fast Lexical Analyzer
[i] sys-devel/gcc (4.8.4(4.8)@07/30/2015): The GNU Compiler Collection
[i] sys-devel/gcc-config (1.7.3@07/30/2015): utility to manage compilers
[i] sys-devel/gettext (0.19.4@07/30/2015): GNU locale utilities
[i] sys-devel/gnuconfig (20150308{tbz2}@07/30/2015): Updated config.sub and config.guess file from GNU
[i] sys-devel/libtool (2.4.6(2)@07/30/2015): A shared library tool for developers
[i] sys-devel/m4 (1.4.16@07/30/2015): GNU macro processor
[i] sys-devel/make (4.1-r1@07/30/2015): Standard tool to compile source trees
[i] sys-devel/patch (2.7.5@07/30/2015): Utility to apply diffs to files
[i] sys-fs/btrfs-progs (4.1.2{tbz2}@08/02/2015): Btrfs filesystem utilities
[i] sys-fs/cryptsetup (1.6.5{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Tool to setup encrypted devices with dm-crypt
[i] sys-fs/e2fsprogs (1.42.13@07/30/2015): Standard EXT2/EXT3/EXT4 filesystem utilities
[i] sys-fs/eudev (3.1.2{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Linux dynamic and persistent device naming support (aka userspace devfs)
[i] sys-fs/lvm2 (2.02.109{tbz2}@08/01/2015): User-land utilities for LVM2 (device-mapper) software
[i] sys-fs/udev-init-scripts (27@07/30/2015): udev startup scripts for openrc
[i] sys-fs/xfsprogs (3.2.4{tbz2}@08/01/2015): xfs filesystem utilities
[i] sys-kernel/genkernel-next (63{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Gentoo automatic kernel building scripts, reloaded
[i] sys-kernel/gentoo-sources (4.0.5(4.0.5){tbz2}@07/31/2015): Full sources including the Gentoo patchset for the 4.1 kernel tree
[i] sys-kernel/linux-firmware (20150206{tbz2}@07/31/2015): Linux firmware files
[i] sys-kernel/linux-headers (3.18{tbz2}@07/30/2015): Linux system headers
[i] sys-libs/cracklib (2.9.1-r1@07/30/2015): Password Checking Library
[i] sys-libs/db (4.8.30-r2(4.8)@07/30/2015): Oracle Berkeley DB
[i] sys-libs/e2fsprogs-libs (1.42.13@07/30/2015): e2fsprogs libraries (common error and subsystem)
[i] sys-libs/gdbm (1.11@07/29/2015): Standard GNU database libraries
[i] sys-libs/glibc (2.20-r2(2.2)@07/30/2015): GNU libc6 (also called glibc2) C library
[i] sys-libs/libcap (2.22-r2@07/30/2015): POSIX 1003.1e capabilities
[i] sys-libs/ncurses (5.9-r3(5)@07/30/2015): console display library
[i] sys-libs/pam (1.2.1@07/30/2015): Linux-PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules)
[i] sys-libs/readline (6.3_p8-r2@07/30/2015): Another cute console display library
[i] sys-libs/timezone-data (2015b@07/30/2015): Timezone data (/usr/share/zoneinfo) and utilities (tzselect/zic/zdump)
[i] sys-libs/zlib (1.2.8-r1@07/30/2015): Standard (de)compression library
[i] sys-process/cronbase (0.3.3{tbz2}@08/01/2015): base for all cron ebuilds
[i] sys-process/htop (1.0.3{tbz2}@08/01/2015): interactive process viewer
[i] sys-process/procps (3.3.9-r2@07/30/2015): standard informational utilities and process-handling tools
[i] sys-process/psmisc (22.21-r2{tbz2}@07/30/2015): A set of tools that use the proc filesystem
[i] sys-process/vixie-cron (4.1-r14{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Paul Vixie's cron daemon, a fully featured crond implementation
[i] virtual/acl (0-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for acl support (sys/acl.h)
[i] virtual/dev-manager (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for the device filesystem manager
[i] virtual/editor (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for editor
[i] virtual/libc (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for the C library
[i] virtual/libffi (3.0.13-r1@07/30/2015): A virtual for the Foreign Function Interface implementation
[i] virtual/libiconv (0-r2@07/30/2015): Virtual for the GNU conversion library
[i] virtual/libintl (0-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for the GNU Internationalization Library
[i] virtual/libudev (215-r1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Virtual for libudev providers
[i] virtual/logger (0{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Virtual for system loggers
[i] virtual/man (0-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for man
[i] virtual/modutils (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for utilities to manage Linux kernel modules
[i] virtual/mta (1{tbz2}@08/01/2015): Virtual for Message Transfer Agents
[i] virtual/os-headers (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for operating system headers
[i] virtual/package-manager (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for the package manager
[i] virtual/pager (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for command-line pagers
[i] virtual/pam (0-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules)
[i] virtual/perl-Archive-Tar (1.960.0@07/30/2015): Virtual for Archive-Tar
[i] virtual/perl-CPAN-Meta (2.140.640@07/30/2015): Virtual for CPAN-Meta
[i] virtual/perl-CPAN-Meta-YAML (0.12.0-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for CPAN-Meta-YAML
[i] virtual/perl-Data-Dumper (2.154.0@07/30/2015): Virtual for Data-Dumper
[i] virtual/perl-ExtUtils-CBuilder (0.280.217-r2@07/30/2015): Virtual for ExtUtils-CBuilder
[i] virtual/perl-ExtUtils-Install (1.670.0@07/30/2015): Virtual for ExtUtils-Install
[i] virtual/perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker (6.980.0@07/30/2015): Virtual for ExtUtils-MakeMaker
[i] virtual/perl-ExtUtils-Manifest (1.630.0-r2@07/30/2015): Virtual for ExtUtils-Manifest
[i] virtual/perl-ExtUtils-ParseXS (3.240.0@07/30/2015): Virtual for ExtUtils-ParseXS
[i] virtual/perl-File-Spec (3.480.100-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for File-Spec
[i] virtual/perl-File-Temp (0.230.400-r3@07/30/2015): Virtual for File-Temp
[i] virtual/perl-Getopt-Long (2.420.0-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for Getopt-Long
[i] virtual/perl-JSON-PP (2.272.30@07/30/2015): Virtual for JSON-PP
[i] virtual/perl-Module-Metadata (1.0.19@07/30/2015): Virtual for Module-Metadata
[i] virtual/perl-Parse-CPAN-Meta (1.441.400-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for Parse-CPAN-Meta
[i] virtual/perl-Perl-OSType (1.7.0@07/30/2015): Virtual for Perl-OSType
[i] virtual/perl-Test-Harness (3.330.0@07/30/2015): Virtual for Test-Harness
[i] virtual/perl-Test-Simple (1.1.2@07/30/2015): Virtual for Test-Simple
[i] virtual/perl-Text-ParseWords (3.290.0-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for Text-ParseWords
[i] virtual/perl-version (0.990.900-r2@07/30/2015): Virtual for version
[i] virtual/pkgconfig (0-r1@07/30/2015): Virtual for the pkg-config implementation
[i] virtual/service-manager (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for various service managers
[i] virtual/shadow (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for user account management utilities
[i] virtual/ssh (0@07/30/2015): Virtual for SSH client and server
[i] virtual/udev (215@07/30/2015): Virtual to select between different udev daemon providers
[i] virtual/yacc (0@07/30/2015): virtual for yacc (yet another compiler compiler)
[i] x11-misc/shared-mime-info (1.4@07/30/2015): The Shared MIME-info Database specification
Found 235 matches.
$ df -hT

Filesystem               Type      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
none                     tmpfs     2.0G  524K  2.0G   1% /run
udev                     devtmpfs   10M     0   10M   0% /dev
tmpfs                    tmpfs     2.0G     0  2.0G   0% /dev/shm
/dev/gen2/root           xfs        20G  3.3G   17G  17% /
cgroup_root              tmpfs      10M     0   10M   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/sda1                ext2      339M   45M  278M  14% /boot
/dev/mapper/gen2-storage xfs       138G  8.7G  129G   7% /home
/dev/mapper/gen2-portage xfs        10G  3.5G  6.6G  35% /usr/portage

I can finally say I have a minimal system cool . I'm not going to install a desktop environment because it has no monitor and there's no point in setting up something through vnc now.

the main pc still has 1676 packages thogh, and it's as lean as it can be... big_smile


"We don't merge kernel code just because user space was written by a retarded monkey on crack."
Linus f****g Trovalds

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#111 2015-08-03 03:48:49

Temetka
#! CrunchBanger
From: California
Registered: 2014-08-25
Posts: 179

Re: Show your packg number

1236 as of this post.

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#112 2015-09-12 21:11:18

Head_on_a_Stick
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From: A world of pure imagination
Registered: 2014-01-21
Posts: 4,797

Re: Show your packg number

Put Arch on my refurbished ThinkPad X201:

empty@ThinkPad ~ % pacman -Q|wc -l
375

It runs 15-20°C cooler than it did under Windows 7 with a 50% increase in battery life.
cool

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#113 2015-09-13 07:21:38

Nili
#! Die Hard
From: 127.0.0.1
Registered: 2013-03-20
Posts: 811
Website

Re: Show your packg number

^We've same numbers, positioned differently. Of course, i'm after yours.

537
I had to take away moc for mpv, since mpv play both video/audio i think to free some packages.


# Debian GNU/Linux 8:8.2 (netinst/stable)
# Packages Installed: 541
# Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u4 (2015-09-19) i686 GNU/Linux
# Startup finished in 2.850s (kernel) + 6.473s (userspace) = 9.324s

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#114 2015-09-13 10:07:19

Head_on_a_Stick
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From: A world of pure imagination
Registered: 2014-01-21
Posts: 4,797

Re: Show your packg number

^ I am "cheating" slightly as dwm & dmenu are compiled from source and installed without using pacman (this is bad practice but what the hell).

My Arc theme and Moka/Faba icon set are installed using pacman though (git versions, obviously).
O:)

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#115 2015-09-13 13:38:29

Nili
#! Die Hard
From: 127.0.0.1
Registered: 2013-03-20
Posts: 811
Website

Re: Show your packg number

You know what you doing, everything it's ok big_smile


# Debian GNU/Linux 8:8.2 (netinst/stable)
# Packages Installed: 541
# Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u4 (2015-09-19) i686 GNU/Linux
# Startup finished in 2.850s (kernel) + 6.473s (userspace) = 9.324s

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