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3.1 CPT Base

An ‘/etc/cpt-base’ file can be used in order to define the base to the package manager. Base packages are the packages that receive special treatment by utilities such as ‘cpt-reset’, and ‘cpt-orphans’.

# This file defines the base packages of the system. You can add or remove
# package names in order to redefine the base. This file will be used by
# cpt-orphans and cpt-reset. If this file doesn't exist on /etc/cpt-base, both
# of the tools will assume that there is no defined base, so use with caution.
baselayout
binutils
byacc
busybox
bzip2
ca-certificates
curl
flex
gcc
git
rsync
gzip
cpt
bearssl
linux-headers
m4
make
musl
pkgconf
xz
zlib