Linux versions that are user assembled and source based: built from source code by end users or under greater than usual (higher) control by end users; far more configurable than normal versions.
Building a Minimal Linux System from Source Code
Documentation with an aim towards understanding the theory behind the concept. From Power Up To Bash Prompt.
Linux From Scratch: LFS
Assemble your own Linux system. Includes all software and an easy to follow guide.
The last a.out Linux distribution: uses a.out executables.
Pocket Linux Guide
Design and build a small, diskette-based GNU/Linux system from source code with a focus on good design techniques, adherence to standards and the capability for future expansion.
Networked Linux distribution and bootable system that fits on 12MB of media, so small that an image can be put on a business-card sized/shaped CD-ROM, suitable for wallet or purse.
Setting up a secure RedHat Linux 6.2 server
Setting up a secure server using RedHat Linux and LinuxFromScratch.
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