Most Linux users are happy to use mainstream distributions that are readily available. Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSUSE being the obvious choices. But there comes a time when you begin to want and expect more from your Linux operating system.
Creating your own Linux system can be a rather difficult thing to do and is not usually attempted by anyone other than advanced and power Linux users and veterans. Thankfully, Novell and SUSE has made the task very easy. So easy in fact, that I have not seen another service available that makes it as easy. The service is called SUSE Studio. A quick Google Search will take you straight there, or you can just visit http://www.susestudio.com and take a look for yourself.
The whole concept of SUSE Studio is quite simple. And thankfully, the service caters for both advanced users and new users as the interface is kept simple and is well laid out for ease of operation.
Once registered and logged in, you begin with your Home page which contains your current Linux creations, or ‘Appliance’ as SUSE Studio refers to them as.
by Chris Jones