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Old 10th August 2018
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Default removing unused system daemons from the base install (for security)

A good security rule is: "if you don't use it, disable it. Even better, remove it."

The OpenBSD base install has various system daemons that I will never need, like for example httpd (I use OpenBSD as a desktop OS).

How could I actually remove them (not just disable them) ?
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