I'm using ARM Cortex-R4 for my system. I'm little bit confused about which linux should I go for - Standard Linux Kernel with MMU disabled or uCLinux.
On an eval board, I have run the standard kernel compiled with MMU disabled. I used cramfs filesystem which available on the official ARM website. After the kernel boots up, I receive the shell but I couldn't do much experimentation as I found that most of the time, the shell stops responding (particularly when I press for auto-completion).
So, I'm still not sure whether MMU less kernel shall run smoothly if I use correct filesystem. Also, which distro (buildroot?) should I use for the no-VM Linux?
Any idea or suggestion is welcomed.