Author: Dimitri Minaev Date: To: Gregory Nowak CC: tempforever via Dng Subject: Re: [DNG] X11: safe to remove?
JVM often depends on X11 libs.
вт, 29 сент. 2020 г., 7:49 Gregory Nowak <greg@???>:
> On Mon, Sep 28, 2020 at 09:57:07PM -0400, tempforever via Dng wrote:
> > I manage a few remote servers that are running Devuan. Recently (last
> > week) I noticed a couple updates to some x11 libraries. I went ahead
> > and updated. But now, I'm wondering if it's okay to remove them
> > altogether? I do not use any graphical user interface on them. I only
> > connect via ssh, and issue text-only commands.
> Looks to me like you'd be safe removing these packages. If you can
> take a backup beforehand, I'd suggest doing that to be extra safe, but
> I don't think you need these if the machine is a text console only
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