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Old 08-02-2004, 04:36 PM   #1
Bradless
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Trimming down a Suse 9.0 install


Hello,

I am attempting to put together a Linux installation using Suse 9.0 with a minimal install this is for a production web server and Suse installs alot of un-needed things such as alot of the man and info pages and various other stuff does anyone know of a guide or howto on what is necessary and what is not? My goal here is to get this as trimmed down as possible and then create an ISO to enable us to setup webservers the same way and DB servers the same ect..

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