I assumed that @abyoffical was doing it for the learning and knowledge. It did not occur to me that they were planning to create a public distro of their own.Like everyone else in this thread, I hope your distro goes somewhere in the future and develops a strong following. However, I'm curious to know what your vision is for it. What features will it have? Will it use a predesigned desktop suite like KDE or will you build that from scratch as well? Will it have it's own package manager? Is it based on an existing distro or is it independent? What will separate it from the plethora of other distros out there? Also, how experienced are you with developing software?
I'm not going to jump down your throat, but to assume that is judgmental and rude. It also doesn't mean anything either, as they life outside of the forum like we all do.They haven't been back for a few days, so they may be merely another bot or troll. Many of them have been appearing on Linux.org lately.
Okay, I can accept that. ... Judgmental and rude though it may be, now let us see if my assessment was correct.I'm not going to jump down your throat, but to assume that is judgmental and rude. It also doesn't mean anything either, as they life outside of the forum like we all do.
If you want to build a Linux distro, I would look up Linux From Scratch and go from there.
He didn't actually mention building a distro...
make an operating system using the Linux kernel
Anyone else want to weigh in on this? How would you define a "distro"?
my answer would have been completely different had OP asked something like, "How do I make my own distro based on Ubuntu?" Had they asked that, I'd have also assumed that they wanted to distribute it, be it internally for their own business needs or for a public release.