removal scripts thoughts
DHAJOGLO at smumn.edu
Thu Nov 16 09:17:26 PST 2006
ah.. I read the package management information. You may disregard this question.
On Tuesday, November 14, 2006 11:19 AM, DHAJOGLO wrote:
>Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2006 11:19:37 -0600
>To: Hardened LFS Development List <hlfs-dev at linuxfromscratch.org>
>Subject: removal scripts thoughts
> I just started a new build of hlfs (20061016). I'm working with a student who wants a hardened linux for CDCs (cyber defense competitions). Typically, when building these systems for the CDC, after they are stable, they strip the system bare. Since hlfs is built with sources, a manual removal would be necessary. For gcc in particular, would it be correct to simply remove the installed programs/libraries listed in the contents: c++, cc (link to gcc), cpp, g++, gcc, gccbug, and gcov, libgcc.a, libgcc_eh.a, libgcc_s.so, libstdc++.[a,so], and libsupc++.a? Obviously, these tools are needed to build anything for the system, but a second, development system can be used for building while a production system could be stripped of any thing that can be used against it.
>Further to this, would it be advantageous for the hlfs project to have removal scripts for various packages that are optional in this respect?
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