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Old 12-30-2008, 05:06 PM   #1
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Making a dedicated system


I want to make a linux-based system that contains only shell console and my own programs.
So, I downloaded linux kernel 2.6.28 from The Linux Kernel Archives. After that , I configured and compiled it successfully.

Then, I don't know the next step to do ? How can I make a linux CD with a shell console ? and how can I add my programs ?

Thank you for help
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Take a look at LFS and try that out.
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thank you for help, Skinner. this was really helpful


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