Barebones Linux is In My Grasp

Barebones Linux is In My Grasp
I have officially made my mark on the Linux world and it's time to make it a problem.

It's over. I've become too powerful.

So I spent the past week working on a completely custom OS, and I'll admit, I don't know nearly enough about computer theory to do that. I did get pretty far, though! I managed to boot into a kernel, and that alone is satisfying to me. The hard part was all the drivers and stuff. I don't really know how to write those, since I'm not very knowledgable on all the hardware I could potentially support. So while that's on the backburner, I wanted to at least dive into making a custom Linux distribution. And that process starts with a barebones Linux ISO.

I finally have my own.

This thing is tiny. Less than 20MB in total. Some simple programs I've written are bigger than that. Some gimmick files I've written for OutFox are bigger than that! That's just incredible to me. To be able to store a minimal OS on a single CD, like, 250 times? Wow.

Of course, there's a lot of work to do if I want to have a working environment that does more than hold files. There needs to be networking. There needs to be a desktop. There needs to be games on it. It needs to run games, people. I won't be satisfied until that happens.

For now, feel free to run this on your QEMU.

The fact it's so small gives so much possibility to us! We could shove a lot on this thing. We should do that, and we will do that. Any suggestions for what I should do with this? Feel free to leave some comments with your feedback! I'd love to test out whatever thoughts you all have about this thing.

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