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 At the completion of the boot/initialization of uClinux it presents a login prompt. In summary, the workstation can issue commands to the Bootloader and, once uClinux boots, the workstation becomes the Linux terminal. During or subsequent to the uClinux boot, the Ethernet capability is brought up. The appropriate work area on the workstation can be mounted via nfs, integrating that work area with the uClinux file hierarchy.  At the completion of the boot/initialization of uClinux it presents a login prompt. In summary, the workstation can issue commands to the Bootloader and, once uClinux boots, the workstation becomes the Linux terminal. During or subsequent to the uClinux boot, the Ethernet capability is brought up. The appropriate work area on the workstation can be mounted via nfs, integrating that work area with the uClinux file hierarchy. 
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 ====Quick Start==== ====Quick Start====
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-**Note:**  There are two versions of the toolchain available on blackfin.uclinux.org.  The one that has been tested is located under the 3.3.x Blackfin Toolchain files section.  A more recent toolchain is located under the Experimental section, however this toolchain may not be sufficiently tested and bugs could exist. +There are multiple versions of the toolchain available on blackfin.uclinux.org.  A more recent toolchain is located under the Experimental section, however this toolchain may not be sufficiently tested and bugs could exist. 
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