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I hear your point but I do miss the organisation that package managers bring. With Slackwares pkgtool I can see the path for every file contained in a package. I might not be able to control where a package is installed but at least i know where it is. Im not sure if im ready to let package managers go, for me LFS is about having a system that contains only what i require and a package manager just brings an extra level of control.