Re: Removing compiled-by-hand packages
Taupter <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> 1. Does Debian install any stuff inside /usr/local ?
That would be a bug. You can make sure with "dpkg -S /usr/local" (or
"dlocate /usr/local" if you have the dlocate package)
> 2. Is secure to the system integrity to _wipe_ /usr/local (no
> daemons/services stored in /usr/local and such issues)? The sense of
> _wiping_ /usr/local means removing files/symlinks from /usr/local/bin,
> /usr/local/lib and such.
Since /usr/local is not used by the distribution, anything started
from there was started by you.
In the future, you may want to look at "stow".