Originally Posted by email@example.com
We are making LFS in order to customize the OS right ? when can we customize it and what changes can we do so that my distribution will be different from another ?
What do you think customize means in this reference?
LFS is about building a Linux system from "nothing". The end product is a bare, basic Linux system, that could be used to build upon (BLFS would be the next logical step).
It will not be like any of the other distro's out there. In my opinion LFS is not a distro (LFS+BLFS might be).
LFS is about the following:
- LFS teaches people how a Linux system works internally
- Building LFS produces a very compact Linux system
- LFS offers you added security
- LFS is extremely flexible