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Re: [vagrant] issues with jessie64

If you want a minimal Jessie vagrant box, I would recommend the boxcutter images.

I have been using their packer scripts as a base for building my own images for a couple of years now.

On 26 April 2016 at 16:28, Emmanuel Kasper <emmanuel@libera.cc> wrote:
Am 25. April 2016 20:49:12 MESZ, schrieb Martin Zobel-Helas <zobel@ftbfs.de>:

On Mon Apr 25, 2016 at 19:47:40 +0200, Emmanuel Kasper wrote:
Le 25/04/2016 19:19, Emmanuel Kasper a écrit :
Le 24/04/2016 17:46, Martin Zobel-Helas a écrit :
Please don't. I don't know what your use cases are, but nearly every
time I've used Vagrant, I needed a quick and ready-to-use OS
installation that could be easily thrown away. Of course some of the
packages you listed are probably won't ever used, but I completely
agree with Em manuel: this is not a minimal image that doesn't even
comes with man pages.

IFF we go that way, can we at least make sure that this image does not
pull in pinentry-gtk2? There is no need to pull in libraries for a GTK

Ok this one is definitely a bug, since it has priority 'Optionnal' it
should not be there. I'll look into this.

Looked like we hit this bug:

and it goes:
mutt -> libgpgme11 -> gnupg2 -> gnupg-agent -> pinentry-gtk2

why do we need mutt in an vagrant image?

I don't need Mutt. But it has the standard priority.

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