(LFS) - Linux From Scratch is a Linux distribution that you build from source (scratch) piece by piece.

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How can I create my own distro and include a custom kernel & packages? [closed]

I wanted to know how to add packages to the Linux kernel and then package it to a ISO or CD for friends. Thanks in advance and please don't point me to LFS - Linux From Scratch!
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How do I search for Linux distro build tools?

After having worked through Linux From Scratch, I get the eerie feeling that in practice, this is not how new distros are built. How do I search for tools that other distributions are built with? Is ...
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Why is there a '.d' in 'init.d'? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What does the .d stand for in directory names? Consider that we have (on many sytems) init.d that contains executable scripts and symbolic links for run levels, sysctl.d ...
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DocBook DSSSL test failure

So I followed these (Linux From Scratch) instructions to test my build of DocBook DSSSL, and I get this: $ onsgmls -sv test.sgm onsgmls:I: "OpenSP" version "1.5.2" onsgmls:test.sgm:1:61:W: cannot ...