GNU/Linux Uniform Environment Distribution (GLUED) is a minimal Linux distribution, that was designed with embedded systems in mind, with few processing resources, being easily configurable for cross compilation.
It’s easily to add or remove packages from the distribution by editing or creating new configuration files. These configuration files contain details about the system's architecture, packages that will be part of the distribution and network configuration.
GLUED contains only the necessary packages to run on an embedded system, making it a light and fast distribution.
Designed with cross compilation in mind, it is easy to get GLUED ready for your target system.
By editing simple text files and running short commands, you will be able to configure and cross compile GLUED for the target system.
GLUED has been tested and compiled against Intel x86, Sun SPARC, ARM, PowerPC and MIPS.