I am interested in Linux and been digging it for a while. I just learnt to compile a Linux kernel from source and boot it with Grub which lands you with the shell of the kernel.
Now as soon as the kernel is loaded into memory it searches for the
init to load it. My agenda is to bring up a shell (which a normal user can use - like
So, How can I bring it in?
Do I need to configure init to load the bash shell or is there something I could do?
I am building my own distro and I just need the distro to have a shell (bash) and nothing else.