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First Tizen Common 3.0 milestone release | Tizen

The Tizen Steering Group (TSG) have released the first platform milestone of Tizen 3.0 Common, which can run on various devices including one of the Tizen Developer Conference give aways, the Intel NUC. Tizen 3.0 Common supports both Intel Architecture (IA) and also ARM architectures. This milestone marks the feature completion for Tizen 3.0 Common.
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Ash
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Jun 7, 2014

 

The Tizen Steering Group (TSG) have released the first platform milestone of Tizen 3.0 Common, which can run on various devices including one of the Tizen Developer Conference give aways, the Intel NUC. Tizen 3.0 Common supports both Intel Architecture (IA) and also ARM architectures. This milestone marks the feature completion for Tizen 3.0 Common.

Tizen 3.0 Common, as the name suggests is a common development, build and test platform for any upcoming features and applications that maybe required by vertical profiles that are built on top of it. Going forward the milestone release schedule is planned for every quarter. For more information, see https://source.tizen.org/release/tizen-common-milestones.

 

Features integrated in this milestone include:

  • 64-bit support for both Intel and ARM architectures
  • Crosswalk-based web runtime
  • Multiuser support
  • Systemd
  • Security: three-domain rule system for SMACK and Cynara as authorization framework
  • Wayland display server

 

To build this release, please refer to the developer guide. Pre-built images for this milestone can be downloaded from here. Please see the documentation page on flashing a device for information on installing this image.

Comments and feedback are appreciated on the wiki pages https://wiki.tizen.org/wiki/Tizen_3.0 and directly by discussion with the developers on the tizen dev mailing list.

 

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