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sysd deps package list

Postby llivv » 2014-06-13 16:54

Please list debian packages that bring along systemd deps and the systemd deps they require for installation.

This is done by running a minimal debian system and keeping track of
all the systemd packges on the machine.
If you are running wheezy gnome systemd is already fully entrenched in the system and kde is not far behind

Make sure to post the release you are using when adding to the list.
A fresh install/chroot using only wheezy main would be best.
wheezy - I see 14 systemd packages available - please correct if you see more.
Thanks.

13june2014 - original post

. . Gimp - deps - libsystemd-login0

and a ton of gnome besides.

Edit:
28june2014
placeholder to double check wheezy
jessie - hard deps

. . Cups -> cups-deamon -> libsystemd-daemon0

recommends that also get installed if not unchecked
. ->libpam-systemd => systemd

. -> policykit-1 => libpolicykit-agent-1-0
. => libpolicykit-backend-1-0

. -> colord => colord-data
. => libcolord2
. => libcolorhug2
. => dconf-settings-backend
. => dconf-service
. => libpolicykit-gobject-1-0

. -> cups-broswed => libavahi-core7
. => libavahi-glib1
. => avahi-daemon
. => libnns-mdns

. -> dbus => libcap-ng0
. => libsystemd-login0
. => libsystemd-journal0

. -> sane-utils => libsane
. => libsane-common
. => libsane-extras
. => libsane-extras-common

there may be others that can be stripped off the recommends if desired.

28june2014 - edit2
av-tools -> libpulse0
. => libsystemd-id128-0
. => libsystemd-journal0
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Re: sysd deps package list

Postby judecn » 2014-07-23 17:44

I think the libsystemd-* packages are simply client libraries to systemd. They do nothing except satisfy (presumably unused?) systemd support in other packages, which link to them. That said, if your goal is to keep all systemd logic out of your install, you might have to compile/repackage some things so they don't link to libsystemd-* components. Did you want to develop a list of those as well?
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Re: sysd deps package list

Postby llivv » 2014-07-23 17:55

Hey, if you don't mind having libs installed in your OS then I certainly don't care either..

there are plenty more where that came from, anyways - - -
cairo
wayland
gegl
pango

just to name a few

and don't forget about gnome you happy lucky users and the web browsers deps.

oh you want to print too?
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Re: sysd deps package list

Postby timbgo » 2014-10-21 23:45

judecn wrote:I think the libsystemd-* packages are simply client libraries to systemd. They do nothing except satisfy (presumably unused?) systemd support in other packages, which link to them. That said, if your goal is to keep all systemd logic out of your install, you might have to compile/repackage some things so they don't link to libsystemd-* components. Did you want to develop a list of those as well?

It should soon be here:
https://people.debian.org/~tg/
But currently such delicious recompilations/repackaging are on:
http://users.unixforge.de/~tglaser/debs/debidx.htm
EDIT: I have actually started testing that repo with my sid installed system:
How to Remove Systemd and Related Packages from Your Debian
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