Linked by Rahul on Sat 11th Apr 2009 18:49 UTC
Fedora Core PCPlus has a tutorial on building your own Linux distribution with the customizations you want, derived from Fedora, using the graphical interface called Revisor. "We're used to thinking of Linux distributions being set in stone. They're either KDE or Gnome, use a certain kernel and bundle certain applications. But this doesn't have to be the case. If you find yourself making the same adjustments each time you install a new distribution, it's worth creating your own customised version. Revisor is a tool that lets you do just this, and in this tutorial, we'll show you how."
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Or use Gentoo
by reez on Sun 12th Apr 2009 20:41 UTC
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I haven't been using Gentoo for a long time, but isn't it still one of the best ways to buid _your_ Linux. T2, Rock and maybe buildroot are also some ways to get _your_ Linux.

IMO they are a good alternative to LFS, because they are better supported, more well maintained, while LFS is more an example for a book.

But as I said, it's been a while since I tried them all.

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