Distribution Release: T2 SDE 21.4
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T2 SDEis an open source system development environment. T2 allows the creation of custom distributions with bleeding edge technology. The project’s latest release, version 21.4, expands T2 SDE to support 15 CPU architectures, including ARM, PowerPC, RISCV, SPARC64, and x86_64. The project has also upgraded development packages and libraries, including the GNU compiler and Rust. Hardware support has been expanded by including version 5.11 of the Linux kernel. “Today the T2 System Development Environment Linux 21.4 was released, with the largest amount of pre- and cross-compiled set of architectures releases ever! A total of 15 architectures: x86-64, x86, arm64, arm, riscv64, riscv, ppc64le, ppc64-32, ppc sparc64, mips64, mipsel, hppa, m68k, alpha and ia64! The 21.4 release received updates across the board, while a major working target was adding new architecture support for RISCV(32), as further improving cross compilation and support for vintage retro system like the Sony PS3 and Sgi Octane, but also DEC Alpha and Intel IA64. Low memory optimizations allow the 32-bit x86 variant to boot on 486 with as little as 48MB of RAM.” Information on this release can be found on the project’s home page. Download: t2-21.4-x86-64-minimal-desktop-gcc-glibc.iso (722MB, SHA1, pkglist).
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