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How to create a Linux Distro

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Linux is the second most popular Operating System in the world (Actually it’s not, It’s only a kernel!) and it is completely Open-Source so anyone has right to modify or re-distribute their software. Just a Linux Kernel cannot help you do all the work, because You will need a GUI to work with, So people make Linux Distros that are useable for anyone. Linux is not like those olden days and has grown a lot since a few years. If you haven’t used a Linux Distro before let me suggest you some of the popular ones before you learn how to create one.

1. Ubuntu

2. Elementary OS

3. Zorin-OS

4. Linux Mint

5. Jolicloud

6. Haze OS

Today I’ll be showing you How to create your very own Linux Distro using SuseStudio. So how does this work? First, You have to clone a base OS (Mostly OpenSuse as shown by default) but you can head to Susegallery for more customized desktop. Once you clone a particular Operating System, You will have to choose weather you want a 32-Bit/ 64-Bit architecture, A name, Add some (default) apps to your OS and then proceed to various tabs containing different options. Watch the tutorial shown below and let me know if you have any questions.

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Mohammed Haashir

Mohammed Haashir is a tech geek from India with a thriving interest and passion towards developing applications, websites and games. He aims to deliver quality content through his products and blog with a deep emphasis towards aesthetics and accessibility. He founded the blog and YouTube channel- iBlune in 2012 with the goal to teach people how they can utilise technology to make their living. It has since then grown to a larger sector and the blog was then renamed to Haashir.in under the tagline of "Tech lessons informalized".

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2 Comments

  1. Sadye December 26, 2012

    I have been absent for a while, but now I remember why I used to love this blog. Thanks, I’ll try and check back more often. How frequently you update your website?

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    1. Haashir Mohammed December 26, 2012

      Every week/ Once in two weeks…
      Do Subscribe my Blog

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