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Old 03-23-2011, 01:49 AM
Kevin
 
Default default package list

Hi, Is there a minimal list of packages that are installed by default
for every fedora install?

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Old 03-23-2011, 06:49 PM
Bill Nottingham
 
Default default package list

Kevin (king.feruke@gmail.com) said:
> Hi, Is there a minimal list of packages that are installed by default
> for every fedora install?

Not as such; there is the core package group, which is (for Fedora 15):
acl
attr
audit
authconfig
basesystem
bash
biosdevname
coreutils
cpio
cronie
cronie-anacron
dhclient
e2fsprogs
fedora-release
file
filesystem
glibc
initscripts
iproute
iprutils
iptables
iptables-ipv6
iputils
kbd
libgcc
ncurses
openssh-server
passwd
policycoreutils
procps
readline
rootfiles
rpm
rsyslog
selinux-policy-targeted
sendmail
setserial
setup
shadow-utils
systemd
sudo
util-linux
vim-minimal
yum

Plus, on relevant architectures:
efibootmgr
grub
ppc64-utils
s390utils
silo
yaboot


However, there are caveats:

1) This list is solved for dependencies. So, the actual package list ends up
being larger.
2) The administrator/user is free to customize the package set afterwards,
so not all of these packages may remain installed.

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