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I have an FYP related to micro controller linux on Samsung s3c2440 arm9 board. Can any tell me what is the difference between uclinux and pure linux? What approach shuld i use to develop drivers for linux??
uClinux is designed specifically for embedded hardware, primarily without an MMU. The standard Linux kernel is not terribly well suited for embedded boards, so uClinux is usually what you would be running.