How to safely clean out /lib, /usr/lib?
kirk at strauser.com
Mon Oct 11 09:24:02 PDT 2004
On Monday 11 October 2004 11:01, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> (this assumes you don't use 'tar' or 'cp' to backup your system,
> which would skew the results, and that you haven't already blown it by
> doing something right aweful in /usr/lib to open and read all the files
Unfortunately, I do in fact use tar (via Amanda) for backups. :-/
Now, I just did an installworld and "portupgrade -fa" yesterday. Under
these particular circumstances, does it seem reasonably safe to trust
libchk's idea of what's referenced and what isn't?
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