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Template:Build Documentation NoDefaultApps

OPTIONAL!

Advanced users can install fewer recommended packages to make the resulting build smaller and more customizable. (recommended as in useful to have, not necessary to have them for some other reason.)

If you are interested, click on Expand on the right.

The --apps switch was removed in Whonix 14 since broken and unmaintained!

NoDefaultApps builds are less tested due to lack of contributor manpower. Should work well in principle.

NOTE: You most likely want to combine this with terminal-only builds, see above.

NOTE: Such a NoDefaultApps system would for example not include Arm on Whonix-Gateway. So please do not create a NoDefaultApps build and then complain, that packages are missing.

To learn, what packages for example the whonix-gateway-packages-recommended package would install, search in the debian/control file for Package: whonix-gateway-packages-recommended.

We're just excluding a few meta packages. (Meta packages are packages, which do not hold files on its own, but only instruct apt-get to install other packages.)

--apps false

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