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To be more detailed, I'm running Archlinux ARM on Android device through chroot. When I need the GUI, I use androidVNC. But Archlinux image file contains all the packages for standalone OS (kernel with drivers, for example). But when I chroot I still use Android kernel, so I want to figure out what packages I can safely remove from Archlinux image file in order still be able run it from Android. For example, I removed kernel and initramfs, nouveau video drivers (it seems to me I can remove MESA driver too).

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closed as too localized by roxan, Ryan Conrad, Liam W, Izzy, ce4 Jan 27 '13 at 20:33

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I suggest you look at or search for 'minimal arch chroot'. You basically only need the absolute bare minimum, i.e. a chroot with a working package manager. Then just install what you need. – ce4 Jan 27 '13 at 20:37
That helps, thank you! – Kzhi Jan 30 '13 at 6:46

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