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Installing a compiled Linux Kernel on PC without existing OS
Hello, I want to ask a couple of questions about the Linux Kernel.
- What are the components of the Linux Kernel?
- Does the Linux Kernel include a C compiler and a Terminal to interface with?
- Can I compile a Linux Kernel and install it on a PC without an existing Operating System? If yes is there any website for a tutorial on how to do it?
- Can I compile a GUI-Desktop shell to work with the Linux Kernel?