On 05/06/2016 09:33 AM, Nicolas Kovacs wrote: > Le 06/05/2016 08:50, Nicolas Kovacs a écrit : >> Now what would be the simple systemd equivalent of doing that? E. g. on >> any CentOS installation (be it graphical, "Web Server", "File Server", >> whatever), strip down services to the status that they're at just after >> installing a "Minimal Install"? > > PS: I gave this a spin on two sandbox machines here. One with a full > GNOME GUI installation, one with a "Web Server" profile. On both, I > defined "systemctl set-default multi-user.target", then I stripped the > system with my script. Upon reboot, startup hangs, and in my journal, I > get a lot of "Failed to parse ACL" errors. > > I don't know if it's related to this: > > https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1268628 > > From here on, I'm clueless. you're probably removing too many packages, eg some key package is a dep of MINIMAL but not in MINIMAL, and "yum remove" removes it and all its dependants. Maybe add "yum install $MINIMAL" after your yum remove command. Or replace yum remove with "rpm -e" to see if and who in $SUPPRIMER has deps in MINIMAL.