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RE: Minimal RHEL4 install



Hi Trey
In you kickstart file you can under the packages use @base or @core.
After that do a listing of installed packages and then decide on what
you need and don't.

We use

@ Core
ntp
-bluez-gnome
-anacron
-bluez-utils

Removable packages will be determined by what you want to run on your
server. Reading up on each package listing will be very tedious but will
be a good learning expierence.

Also have a look at these guides for improving security:

http://www.nsa.gov/snac/downloads_redhat.cfm?MenuID=scg10.3.1.1

Regards

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> Subject: Minimal RHEL4 install
> 
> Hi-
> 
> I'm looking for a guide or best practices around building a very
> minimal RHEL4 machine (no X).
> 
> Any tips/sites/guides I can be pointed to?
> 
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