The T2 SDE is a system development environment for various different devices, including desktop/laptop computers, servers, mobile Internet devices, cellular phones, and miscellaneous appliances. It provides a self-contained and automatic build system based on sources with an up-to-date package collection and development toolchain. T2 allows you to easily update a running system or create a binary distribution that can later be deployed via network, physical media, or as a firmware image.
|Tags||Operating Systems Software Distribution|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release includes over 10,000 change sets, including improvements to the build system, and resulting distributions in various ways. Support for cross compilation was significantly improved. Over 200 new packages were added, while most packages received an update, including GCC 4.5, GlibC 2.11.2, and X.Org 7.5. Preliminary, basic support was added for LLVM/clang as well as MinGW / Win32.
Release Notes: Major regressions were fixed for PowerPC, PowerPC64, and SPARC64. The AVR32 toolchain was updated to the latest upstream version. Among the 1241 revisions and 972 updates, the most notable ones are KDE (3.5.8), GNOME (2.18), X.Org, Firefox, the Linux kernel, Samba, and CUPS.
Release Notes: The release features two new CPU architectures, AVR32 and Blackfin, as well as GCC 4.2 and GlibC 2.6. The 7.0 series comes with over 400 new packages, while most of the existing packages received an update, including KDE 3.5.7, GNOME 2.18.2, X.org 7.3, XFCE 4.4.1, and Enlightenment 17. Many new features were implemented, including architecture and target package overlays.
Release Notes: The release primarily focuses on ironing out all known LiveCD issues for smooth compilation of custom T2-based LiveCD/DVD and USB sticks. It also comes with some updated packages such as GCC-4.1.2, KDE-3.5.6, Squid, Firefox, Thunderbird, Seamonkey, GNUPG, Avahi, Scribus, and Parted, and other security updates and fixes.
Release Notes: The release primarily focuses on ironing out all known SPARC 64 issues for smooth support of Sun T1, Niagara CPU systems such as the T1000 and T2000. It also includes non SPARC changes, such as multilib gcc library installation, dietlibc builds on uclibc based systems, GRUB auto-setup for a separate /boot partition, python imaging (PIL) headers installation, and other security-related updates.