What about /usr/share/locale. Was: Re: Packaging _still_ wasteful for many large packages
I was running the new filelight program and found something vary wrong
with my local disk usage. I wanted to post about it on a debian list, I
guess this is the place.
cheako@overrun:~$ du -sh /usr/share/locale/
On my sparc it's 80MB, that's a whole hard drive if you ask me and 80MB
hard drive! Most of these files I will NOT EVER USE. I was wondering if
I can just rm them or if there will be a debian pkg|debconf for cleaning
Space is tight on my spac (2GB) so this is a big deal. Can I make a
pkg(s) that deals with this, not being a debian developer?
Also how did menu(the package) eventually deal with previously installed
programs not installing many items? It seams that later adding another
*'locale package' would need the same fix.
* Coined the phrase.
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