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ScratchKit

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Build a Linux Operating System using source code.

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Description

The idea is to develop a set of bash scripts designed to automate the building of a Linux OS using source code. This scripts will build pacman - a package manager used & developed for/by ArchLinux, do the branding, build the CDs/DVDs, an installer is also planned for the CDs/DVDs.

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Features

  • Build a Linux System from Source Code
  • Installable CDs/DVDs
  • Build the Repository
  • Uses the "pacman" package manager (used by ArchLinux)
  • Brandable
  • Automatated builds
  • Gnome, KDE, XFCE, LXDE, MATE Desktops (with choice of one, all, and default)

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers, by End-User Class

User Interface

Command-line, Console/Terminal, Textual

Programming Language

Unix Shell

Registered

2011-08-20

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