After a decade of development, the new stable version of the distribution - T2 Linux Source and Embedded Linux 20.10. Version 20.10 received general updates, a new architecture support for ARM64 and RISCV.

Over 13,800 Subversion revisions, with over 1000 new packages, new features and other enhancements and fixes, including the latest Linux kernels, GCC, LLVM, Clang, Rust,, Wayland, Firefox, KDE, GNOME, support for those latest Epyc and AMD Zen Threadripping and older hardware support. such as Sony PS3, Sgi Octane, Sun UltraSPARC.

Approximately 11743 packages received updates, 1006 problems were fixed, 11743 packages or features added and 275 removed plus 102 improvements.

T2 allows the creation of customized distributions with the latest technology, updated packages and integrated support for cross-compilation. Currently, the Linux kernel is used normally - but the T2 SDE is extended to Minix, Hurd, OpenDarwin, Haiku and OpenBSD.


- long-term projects

- added support for system versions of other OpenSource kernels such as Minix, Hurd, * BSD, Haiku, (Open) Darwin or Open Solaris
- added support for non-system versions such as creating packages in Mac OS X. Solaris or even Microsoft Windows
- relocable tool chain, so that the resulting build and tool chain and be moved to other locations to continue building or sharing with others

- medium term projects

- improved LLVM / clang and debugger support
- no static construction priority - instead a sophisticated dependency analysis is always used
- parallel construction of independent packages (on SMP machines)
- revised configuration system, ie faster (at least) sizes
- stronger checksums for .desc file download tags, such as MD5 and / or SHA1, etc. Probably specified in the way Apache encodes the algorithm in .htpasswd files, such as [D] {SHA} 9876543120 http: // any .tld / file ...
- targets will select packages to be built by specifying nodes addictive, rather than through the list of regular static expressions
- things post-installed / STONE revised ...
- rewrote / replaced the next generation installer, including support for binary-diffs / deltas
- integration of a graphical installer
- integration of the optional graphical loading sequence (user space bot)
- detailed and generic multilib configuration as proposed here
- build rewriting system (several parts in Lua, ...)
- without building as root: everything is always crossed using a single patch code as a regular user
- optional graphical configuration system (eg Eclipse integration)
- optional view of graphical dependency (especially for the end user Emerge)
- a new initial template system to automatically generate the runit and minit configuration, as well

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