Follow along with this step-by-step guide to build your own distribution from source and learn
how it installs, loads and runs.
When working with Linux, you easily can download any of the most common
distributions to install and configure—be it Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora,
OpenSUSE or something entirely different. And although
you should give several distributions a spin, building your own custom,
minimal Linux distribution is also
a beneficial and wonderful learning exercise.