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From: "Francisco Ares" <frares@...>
Subject: reduced X11 - how to?
Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2006 21:12:32 -0200
Hi, All

I use Gentoo in a simple machine.  Nowadays it uses a hard drive, but
I would like to use a small IDE flash drive.  I found the embedded
Gentoo guide, which resulted in a very low size system, but when I
include X, it more than doubles its size.

How can I make X "thinner"?  The system doesn't need a window manager,
so I didn't install any.  The machine application is the X shell.  It
uses Python and WxPython.

Thanks
Francisco

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