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TsvetanUsunov / gist:57f109b11381ea019b39
Created Jul 22, 2014
Building Debian rootfs from scratch
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<jo0nas> HeHoPMaJIeH: Nice article on bootstrapping Debian - but please do not advice users to disable recommends, that is a recipe for a broken system!
* jo0nas is talking about
<HeHoPMaJIeH> jo0nas: i will take a point.. The goal of this article was how to build "minimal" rootfs. in this case i don not want all unnecessary recommended/suggested packages
<HeHoPMaJIeH> but you are right :) i will tell Tzvetan to remove it from article
<jo0nas> I assume you mean a minimal *working* system
<jo0nas> if you want a minimal *broken* system I strongly recommend that you indicate that more clearly in the article, to not confuse those seeking a working system
<jo0nas> Another way to say it: Remove the line "APT::Install-Recommends "0"; ", and users of such systems can confidently report bugs they experience directly to Debian
<jo0nas> remove that line, and instead advertise at the end of the article that Debian develo