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    I have my reasons for wanting to remove Preware, gnu, lsdiff, and package manager. My question is this: Can I install my patches via WOSQI using .patch files, and then when an update comes, can I use repair utility to remove them for WebOS updates?
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    I have my reasons for wanting to remove Preware, gnu, lsdiff, and package manager. My question is this: Can I install my patches via WOSQI using .patch files, and then when an update comes, can I use repair utility to remove them for WebOS updates?
    gnu patch and lsdiff are required. They're used to apply the patch and are basic linux commandline tools used in patch postinst/prerm scripts
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    Gotcha, thanks for the prompt response. I am trying to find the culprit for my increased lag, poor browser rendering since I installed preware and package mgr, ~8 patches and a theme on what was my stock 1.4 device running snappy and no problems. I'm not blaming the homebrew stuff, I just would like to find out what is causing it. Could package manager cause any issues? Thanks.

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