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Offline jairoraiol

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Sparky Backup System, /etc/skel directory size
« on: July 03, 2017, 09:46:41 pm »
First of all, a big thank you to the SparkyLinux team: pavroo, MoroS, Albedo 0.64, urbek, The Black Pig, way12go.
A thank you to "sasdthoh" too, for your valuable tips.

This is the Linux I was looking for. I'm remixing a version with LXDE. Soon I will be sharing the result.

My Settings:
Processor: 32-bit
System: SparkyLinux 4.5.2 (LXDE), remixed.
Work: System backup with Sparky Backup System.

In an attempt to bypass the "/etc/skel" directory size, I thought of including a DEB package, which, when unpacked, during system installation, would write more files to this directory.
This new SKEL structure would then be used for creating the user directory.

Is this possible?
As?

Another possibility?

Grateful for any help.

NOTE: I already know how to create the DEB package with the files to be written.