/Frank Pohlmann

About Frank Pohlmann

Frank Pohlmann dabbled in the history of Middle Eastern religions before various funding committees decided that research in the history of religious polemics was quite irrelevant to the modern world. He has focused on his hobby -- free software -- ever since. He admits to being the technical editor of the U.K.-based LinuxUser and Developer. You can reach him at frank@linuxuser.co.uk.

How to Build Your Own Linux Distribution

2010-05-25T23:12:57+00:00 July 6th, 2005|Linux|

Linux® From Scratch (LFS) and its descendants represent a new way to teach users how the Linux operating systems work. LFS is based on the assumption that compiling a complete operating system piece by piece not only teaches how the operating system works but also allows an independent operator to build systems for speed, footprint, or security.