uClinux is a set of patches for Linux that supports MMUless processors. It brings a full featured operating system onto platforms that would otherwise run less advanced, simpler operating systems. uClinux gives the programmer a Linux API with remarkably few concessions to the lack of MMU (Memory Management Unit), and in terms of code size and efficiency it has an advantage over standard Linux.
Release Notes: New kernels, many updates, and lots of platforms and fixes.
Release Notes: Updates and fixes against Linux 2.6.17.
Release Notes: Updated kernels, libraries, and applications.
Release Notes: Minor updates and the inclusion of Linux 2.6.14-uc0.
Release Notes: The patch has been updated for kernel 2.6.14.