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8<title>DistCC</title> 8<title>DistCC</title>
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190<title>Creating binary packages</title> 190<title>Creating binary packages</title>
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194We have already discussed how to work with prebuild packages, but how do you 194We have already discussed how to work with prebuilt packages, but how do you
195create your own prebuild packages? 195create your own prebuilt packages?
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199If the package is already installed, you can use the <c>quickpkg</c> command 199If the package is already installed, you can use the <c>quickpkg</c> command
200which will make a tarball of the installed files. This is very interesting for 200which will make a tarball of the installed files. This is very interesting for

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