|just install `tar`
|Only install the ekey-egd-linux service rather than the full ekeyd package.
|Disable all fancy features, including ones that otherwise have a dedicated USE flag (such as spelling).
|Do not install all support archive binaries
|Don't install headers (only required for e.g. plug-in developers)
|Don't build server but dict client, dictzip and dictfmt only.
|Disable bundled drivers and extra libraries (most users don't need these)
|Don't build extra packages from the bigide component
|Only build the libcdio library and little more, just to be used to link against from multimedia players. With this USE flag enabled, none of the command-line utilities are built, nor is the CDDA library.
|Disable library, install command-line program only
|Only build the tcmalloc_minimal library, ignoring the heap checker and the profilers.
|Don't install any PakSets (scenario data)
|Do not install x11-wm/openboxwindow manager
|Install the firmware only, and not the plugin.
|Only install munin-node and its plugins. This excludes the scripts to generate the web pages and the graphs.
|Only build and install the send_nsca command and not the daemon. This allows a very minimal install with no overhead when setting up a node.
|Skip all optional dependencies (may no longer work out-of-the-box and require custom setting up)
|Build libraries & userspace tools only. Does not install any server code
|Don't install headers
|Only build internal hpijs/hpcups driver (not recommended at all, make sure you know what you are doing)
|Exclude all HTML/webserver extras for a tiny build, e.g. to export data only
|Do not install extra data like 3D packages and templates.
|Build only the "mwrank" program.
|Install only the GAP packages that are strictly required for GAP to run. GAP will complain about the others unless you either start it with the "-A" flag or set "AutoloadPackages" in your gap.ini.
|only install ip and tc programs, without eBPF support
|Disables the standard PAM modules that provide extra information to users on login; this includes pam_lastlog, pam_motd, pam_mail and other similar modules. This might not be a good idea on a multi-user system but could reduce slightly the overhead on single-user non-networked systems.
|Do not install the dolilo helper script
|Don't install python scripts (arcstat, dbufstat etc) and avoid dependency on dev-lang/python
|Only installs the header files
|Prefer net-misc/dropbear over net-misc/openssh
|Don't depend on x11-misc/i3status if you don't plan to use any of its built-in modules.
|Skip kde-frameworks/qqc2-desktop-style dependency (Warning: some apps could be wrongly rendered)