# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-01-23 01:56:51 -0800:
> I'd like to install a system lacking some of the binaries you can specify as
> make.conf knobs, such as
> NO_I4B= true
> NOGAMES= true
> NOUUCP= true
> Even when I install a minimal system from an install CD (just bin), and then
> cvsup and make world with the above in /etc/make.conf , the original binary
> files are still around. I can remove them manually by going into the various
> directories (/bin, /sbin, /usr/bin, /usr/sbin, /usr/libexec) and removing
> any files older than my installworld date, but that still leaves crud in
> /usr/share, etc. 
> Is there a better way to either do a stripped install, or to remove the
> files programmatically? Using a simple command like "find / \! -mtime 1
> -print" also finds files in /usr/include, /usr/share/man, etc. that I don't
> want to remove.

    the closest thing would probably be creating your own release(7)

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