A portable Linux computer that you can carry with you in your bag or even your pocket, many people have bought the Linux for Nintendo DS. Something like this would never have been possible if it weren’t for the R4 DS but now you can load Linux with your own hands. No longer limited for use in PCs, you can enjoy real gaming experience by loading the Linux into your NDS through an R4 DS card.
DSLinux running a modified version of the kernel μClinux. 06/02/1914 uCLinux is (Linux-HSC0 02/06/1914) is based. works only in text mode and Nano-X, which is displayed by a custom framebuffer console driver. A keyboard appears on the touchscreen of the Nintendo DS to create user input.DSLinux using a compiler GCC toolchain for ARM cross processors.ncurses, libpcap, based SDL, enable, and many other libraries have been ported if the theory DSLinux run almost every application that has a user interface based on ncurses or framebuffer base. It also runs basic shell applications provided by BusyBox and GNU coreutils has also increased. UClibc is a C library. For a list of available applications, see hereDSLinux has no package management facilities. Distributed on the other hand, is based DSLinux as a single tar file.
In itself, the Nintendo DS is already one amazing gaming system and many people will agree with this. But, when you add R4 DS card into the equisaion and in addition to that a few dedicated homebrew programmers, you will definitely be able to appreciate this ultra cool handheld console.
What is DS Homebrew?
Nintendo DS Homebrew essencialy is 3rd party unofficial software "home made" for the NDS by hobbyist programmers, as opposed to official Nintendo licensed software produced by a game development companies and corporation. Licensed developers use the official Dev Kits (development tools from Nintendo) when as the DS homebrew software is typically made and used on DS via third-party rewritable game cartridges like R4DS, SuperCard DStwo and AceKard and microSD card.