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       lb clean - Clean build directory


       lb clean [live-build 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 <> and in the manual at <>.


       Bugs  can  be  reported by submitting a bugreport for the live-build package in the Debian
       Bug Tracking System at <> or by writing a mail to the  Debian  Live
       mailing list at <>.


       live-build was written by Daniel Baumann <> for the Debian project.