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lb_clean - Clean build directory
lb clean [OPTIONS]
lb clean is a high-level command (porcelain) of live-build(7), the Debian Live tool suite.
lb clean is responsible for cleaning up after a system is built. It removes the build directories, and removes some other files including stage files, and any detritus left behind by other live-build commands.
In addition to its specific options lb clean understands all generic live-build options. See live-build(7) for a complete list of all generic live-build options.
- removes chroot, binary, stage, and source. The cache directory is kept. This is the default operation and will be performed if no argument is given.
- removes the cache directories.
- unmounts and removes the chroot directory.
- removes all binary related caches, files, directories, and stages files.
- removes everything, including all caches. The config directory is kept.
- removes everything, including package cache but not stage cache. The config directory is kept.
- removes all stage files.
- removes all source related caches, files, directories, and stage files.
This program is a part of live-build.
More information about live-build and the Debian Live project can be found on the homepage at <https://wiki.debian.org/DebianLive>.
Bugs can be reported by submitting a bug report for the live-build package in the Bug Tracking System at <http://bugs.debian.org/> or by writing a mail to the Debian Live mailing list at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
live-build was originally written by Daniel Baumann <email@example.com>. Since 2016 development has been continued by the Debian Live team.