Updating pkg config
Back to top We follow the LSB Core Specification for the 64-bit x86 platform, as outlined at https://refspecs.linuxfoundation.org/LSB_5.0.0/LSB-Core-AMD64/LSB-Core-AMD64/book1The LSB standard is expansive, and outside of the scope of this course."Build Your Own Linux (From Scratch)" walks users through building a basic Linux distribution. Access the main Linux Academy website to view related course videos and other content, and the Cloud Assessments website for free cloud training powered by AI.
Actual hardware is also acceptable, if those resources are readily available to you.Because we don't need every piece of functionality under the sun, we're not going to include every piece of software you might find in a typical distro. Here is what our end-result will look like: This course provides step-by-step instructions in an effort to build the Linux kernel, the GNU C Standard Library implementation, GCC, and user-land binaries from source.The tasks are presented in linear order, and must be followed sequentially, as later tasks have dependencies on early tasks. Following this guide as intended will, in turn, enlighten you to many of the "hows" and "whys" of Linux, and assist in your ability to do tasks such as: Back to top We make extensive use of Virtual Box in this course.The term "distro" better fits these variations, as each one is not entirely unique from the next (because of the shared kernel) but may differ substantially in terms of the user-land. You can run any distribution which uses a 4.x kernel, but be aware that doing so may introduce inconsistencies into the build process.Some distributions may package utilities using older or incompatible versions than what ia needed in this course.
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