How to build our own linux?

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How to build our own Linux in cloud ? Does anyone know how to do this?

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How to build our own linux?

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Good day! Linux is one of the famous open source operating system created by Linux Torvalds. It was created from the Unix operating system derived from the C language created by late Dennis Ritchie. 

As we all know, Linux is an open source. Meaning, You can change everything about it from the physical appearance up to its applications inside it. Wondering why? It is because you can modify the heart of this operating system and that is the kernel. Kernel is a set of instructions of processes created for the operation of the whole operating system. This is something that Linux users have an advantage to use this operating system in their own way. Unlike Windows operating systems which do not allow windows users to modify the system kernel of a Windows Operating system.

If you want more information, you can search Google on some commands you can do inside a Linux operating system to modify everything you want.

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How to build our own linux?

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There are different kinds of Linux servers and the most complicated of these will require you to be an RHCE or the Red Hat Certified Engineer. With TurnKey Linux the only hardware you need is any device that can support a Web browser and a credit card. That's because, while you can run TurnKey Linux on an ordinary server or on VMWare, OpenStack, or OpenVZ, the mindlessly simple and fast way to do it is to spin up your own server on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud [EC2].

TurnKey Linux, until recently, was built on Ubuntu Linux 10.04. Now, the core TurnKey Linux is in the process of being migrated to old, but rock solid Debian Squeeze [6.0.4] Linux distribution. For the rest of the guide, visit NetworkWorld | Build your own Linux server on the cloud.

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