only support 64 bit. because the future use of 32bit will be shifted with 64 bit and I as the developer will only make 64 bit version only
kolomonggo linux is LFS based operating system , develop and build manualy from scratch , kolomonggo linux is the Linux operating system from Indonesian. kolomonggo linux is a modern, portable, small and fast , kolmonggo Linux is operating system with a modular approach and outstanding design.Despite its small size, kolomonggo linux provides a wide collection of pre-installed software for daily use, including a well organized, graphical user interface and useful recovery tools for system administrators.
The modular approach gives you the ability to include any,other software in kolomonggo linux easily. If you’re missing your,favourite text editor, networking tool or game, simply download a module,with the software and copy it to kolomonggo. sometime, because kolomonggo linux is LFS based distro you need compile manualy from source code.
What is the meaning of kolomonggo ?
kolomonggo is the Java language from Java Island Indonesia which means it is a spider
why I use the name kolomonggo?
because of my phobia of spiders, with phobia / fear I feel, I try to share knowledge.
how does it feels an OS, which would install the application must be compiled from the source code?
Now many distributions which want to install something just run the package manager, here I am trying to make the user feel how to use old school linux
What is Linux From Scratch?
Linux From Scratch (LFS) is a project that provides you with step-by-step instructions for building your own customized Linux system entirely from source.
Why would I want an LFS system?
Many wonder why they should go through the hassle of building a Linux system from scratch when they could just download an existing Linux distribution. However, there are several benefits of building LFS. Consider the following:
LFS teaches people how a Linux system works internally
Building LFS teaches you about all that makes Linux tick, how things work together and depend on each other. And most importantly, how to customize it to your own tastes and needs.
Building LFS produces a very compact Linux system
When you install a regular distribution, you often end up installing a lot of programs that you would probably never use. They’re just sitting there taking up (precious) disk space. It’s not hard to get an LFS system installed under 100 MB. Does that still sound like a lot? A few of us have been working on creating a very small embedded LFS system. We installed a system that was just enough to run the Apache web server; total disk space usage was approximately 8 MB. With further stripping, that can be brought down to 5 MB or less. Try that with a regular distribution.
LFS is extremely flexible
Building LFS could be compared to a finished house. LFS will give you the skeleton of a house, but it’s up to you to install plumbing, electrical outlets, kitchen, bath, wallpaper, etc. You have the ability to turn it into whatever type of system you need it to be, customized completely for you.
LFS offers you added security
You will compile the entire system from source, thus allowing you to audit everything, if you wish to do so, and apply all the security patches you want or need to apply. You don’t have to wait for someone else to provide a new binary package that (hopefully) fixes a security hole. Often, you never truly know whether a security hole is fixed or not unless you do it yourself.
Why kolomonggo linux using the LFS system?
many linux distros that use the technique remastered, there is no harm in using distrolinux based on remastered / derivative. I am here as a developer and founder, trying to build an LFS-based distro, I try to share knowledge , here I also tried to carry the name of Indonesia to the international world
Developer , leader & founder
name : purnomo Hadi
Gender : Male
Nationaly : Indonesia