I wonder, how many "from scratch" Linuxes are there? I mean successful ones, like Solus. I realize anyone can roll their own; there's even a website for it: http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/
But I don't know of any major systems of this nature besides Solus? Am I wrong?
Thanks Staudey, that was helpful (I was searching under "Linux From Scratch" rather than Independent). I have used Puppy and Tiny Core on an old Pentium II. I would guess those two are the only ones in general use. The others are very specialized. Except of course Android.
Well, Void Linux is pretty popular too, and then there is Clear Linux, which might not quote be general purpose but close to it.
Void does look interesting, I think I considered it once. One to keep in mind.
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