With the emergence of STMicroelectronics' powerful STM32F42X/43X microcontrollers (MCUs), the topic of running Linux, in its uClinux form, on the STM32 devices is as hot as ever. In the MCU world, embedded designers have historically been limited to using an RTOS or even “bare-metal” firmware. Requirements for microcontroller applications have been growing, however, and at a very rapid pace. Feature-rich embedded devices, with a
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