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Is it mandadatorymandatory to have a file system and MMU in Linux?

Suppose I do not need a filesystem and I have only applications where data reloading may not be required  - so MMU may be redundant. CanCan I remove these two items from Linux, and boot the OS successfully  ?  

Actually, I am trying to develop small sized Linux kernel, and I found filesystem and MMU isare taking considerable sizespace. So I thought of removing itthem.

Any advice on this?

Is it mandadatory to have file system and MMU in Linux?

Suppose I do not need a filesystem and I have only applications where data reloading may not be required- so MMU may be redundant. Can I remove these two items from Linux, and boot the OS successfully  ?  

Actually, I am trying to develop small sized Linux kernel, and I found filesystem and MMU is taking considerable size. So thought of removing it.

Any advice on this?

Is it mandatory to have a file system and MMU in Linux?

Suppose I do not need a filesystem and I have only applications where data reloading may not be required  - so MMU may be redundant. Can I remove these two items from Linux, and boot the OS successfully?

I am trying to develop small sized Linux kernel, and I found filesystem and MMU are taking considerable space. So I thought of removing them.

Any advice on this?

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Is it mandadatory to have file system and MMU in Linux  ?

Suppose I do not need a filesystem and I have only applications where data reloading may not be required- so MMU may be redundant. Can I remove these two items from Linux, and boot the OS successfully ?

Actually, I am trying to develop small sized Linux kernel, and I found filesystem and MMU is taking considerable size. SOSo thought of removing it.

Any advice on this?

Is it mandadatory to have file system and MMU in Linux  ?

Suppose I do not need filesystem and I have only applications where data reloading may not be required- so MMU may be redundant. Can I remove these two items from Linux, and boot the OS successfully ?

Actually, I am trying to develop small sized Linux kernel, and I found filesystem and MMU is taking considerable size. SO thought of removing it.

Any advice on this?

Is it mandadatory to have file system and MMU in Linux?

Suppose I do not need a filesystem and I have only applications where data reloading may not be required- so MMU may be redundant. Can I remove these two items from Linux, and boot the OS successfully ?

Actually, I am trying to develop small sized Linux kernel, and I found filesystem and MMU is taking considerable size. So thought of removing it.

Any advice on this?

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Is it mandadatory to have file system and MMU in Linux ?

Suppose I do not need filesystem and I have only applications where data reloading may not be required- so MMU may be redundant. Can I remove these two items from Linux, and boot the OS successfully ?

Actually, I am trying to develop small sized Linux kernel, and I found filesystem and MMU is taking considerable size. SO thought of removing it.

Any advice on this?