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I like the idea that the TinkerOS is specifically designed and optimized for the TinkerBoard, but it includes quite a bit of fluff and I'd like to start from a clean CLI Debian install. Is there a detailed list of differences TinkerOS has over Debian, so I could include the optimizations and adjustments in the configurations but without all the unneccessary (to me) packages? I would just download Debian and diff the whole tree against TinkerOS, but the problem is TinkerOS comes already "installed" so the way the image itself is set up is completely different from any of the ways Debian is distributed. It also feels kinda brutish. Thanks