Feb. 10, 2024, 8:49 p.m. |

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A regular Linux user will probably never have to compile it's own Linux kernel. But doing so is actually a great way to discover the features and working of the Linux kernel. So in this blog post we will guide you to compile a small kernel, create a minimal root filesystem that fits into memory, and finally create a micro-Linux system based on Busybox...

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