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Huawei’s Open Source OS openEuler is Available Now!

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Huawei offers a CentOS based enterprise Linux distribution called EulerOS. Recently, Huawei has released a community edition of EulerOS called openEuler.

The source code of openEuler is released as well. You won’t find it on Microsoft owned GitHub – the source code is available at Gitee, a Chinese alternative of GitHub.

There are two separate repositories, one for the source code and the other as a package source to store software packages that help to build the OS.

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openEuler, Linux Operating System By Huawei Is Available Now

  • openEuler, Linux Operating System By Huawei Is Available Now

    One of the biggest Chinese smartphone makers, Huawei has released a Linux operating system by the name openEuler. Meanwhile, at the same time, the source code of openEuler is also available at Gitee, which is considered as a Chinese alternative of GitHub. Huawei also offers a CentOS-based enterprise Linux distribution called EulerOS for its customers.

Huawei unveils openEuler, CentOS-based Linux distribution

  • Huawei unveils openEuler, CentOS-based Linux distribution

    Huawei has released the source code of openEuler, its distribution of Linux based on CentOS. However, in the spirit of the age, it has published the source code of its Linux distribution on Gitee, rather than Github.

    The operating system was formally launched by Huawei in September 2019 in response to US sanctions, which had briefly affected the company's access to Windows and Android operating systems.

    The company is still running under its second three-month extension exempting it from the full provisions of the US government's Entity List, which ordinarily requires a US company to apply for and receive a licence to trade with a named ‘entity'.

Huawei Releases openEuler, A CentOS-Based Linux Distribution

  • Huawei Releases openEuler, A CentOS-Based Linux Distribution

    Huawei has released the source code of openEuler, a CentOS-based Linux distribution. Enterprise edition of openEuler called EulerOS is already available, and now Huawei has released its community edition. However, as many would expect, the source code of openEuler is not available on Github, it’s published on Gitee, a Chinese Github alternative.

    When you visit the source code of openEuler Linux distribution, you’ll find two components...

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  • Huawei Unveils OpenEuler, CentOS-Based Linux Distribution

    Huawei has released the source code of openEuler, its distribution of Linux based on CentOS. The operating system was formally launched by Huawei in September 2019 in response to U.S. sanctions, which had briefly affected the company's access to Windows and Android operating systems. The source code has now been published on Gitee, the Chinese version of Github.

    OpenEuler comprises two organizations on Gitee, one for source code and one for package sources. The openEuler organization was keen to highlight two particular packages, iSulad and A-Tune, among the openEuler source code. "iSulad is a lightweight gRPC service-based container runtime. Compared to runc, iSulad is written in C, but all interfaces are compatible with OCI. A-Tune is a system software to auto-optimize the system adaptively to multiple scenarios with embedded AI-engine." The announcement continues: "You will also see several infrastructure-supported projects that set up the community's operating systems... these systems are built on the Huawei Cloud through script automation."

Huawei’s openEuler Now Available For Download

  • Huawei’s openEuler Now Available For Download

    Remember Huawei announced its open source openEuler server operating system in September last year? Well, the Chinese vendor has now released the source code of openEuler.

    The openEuler has two open-source sub-projects: A-Tune and iSula. While A-Tune is an intelligent performance optimization system software, iSula is a cloud-native solution that can meet the multiple needs of the ICT field.

    The source code is available at Gitee (GitHub’s Chinese alternative). There are two separate repositories, one for the source code and the other as a package source to store software packages that help to build the OS.

Huawei's CentOS-based openEuler goes live

  • Huawei's CentOS-based openEuler goes live — source code available as well

    With the arrival of the source code on Gitee, Huawei's CentOS-based openEuler Linux distro is taking one step forward. However, this notable effort by the Chinese tech giant is currently sabotaged by its unfinished website and documentation, as well as the apparently non-bootable ISO available for download.

Huawei Makes The CentOS-Based Linux Distro “OpenEuler”

  • Huawei Makes The CentOS-Based Linux Distro “OpenEuler” Open-Source

    Huawei has released the source code of its CentOS-Based Linux Distribution OppenEuler. OpenEuler is the community edition of EulerOS. You will find the source code on the Microsoft owned Github, so don’t go there. The OpenEuler’s source code has been made available on the Gitee platform, which is a Chines GitHub alternative.

Huawei has created an alternative to Android and Windows

  • Huawei has created an alternative to Android and Windows

    A trade war between the US and Huawei has forced Chinese companies to look for a replacement Android, the license of which was revoked by Google. In the summer of 2019 mobile giant from China has introduced Harmony OS – the concept of a universal operating system for mobile devices, including smartphones, TVs and even wearable electronics. On the weekend unexpectedly Huawei has introduced another OS – openEuler, reports the Chronicle.info with reference for Today.

[Similar/may be plagiarised] Huawei has created an alternative

  • Huawei has created an alternative to Android and Windows: the project openEuler

    A trade war between the US and Huawei has forced Chinese companies to look for a replacement Android, the license of which was revoked by Google. In the summer of 2019 mobile giant from China has introduced Harmony OS – the concept of a universal operating system for mobile devices, including smartphones, TVs and even wearable electronics. On the weekend unexpectedly Huawei has introduced another OS – openEuler.

    [...]

    It is worth noting that at this point in the project repositories, there was no documentation in languages other than Chinese. Wishing to establish openEulear yourself you can use an. ISO file (3.2 GB), but all the documentation is available in Chinese only.

    We will remind that earlier smartphones Huawei promised to ban in Google and lock your apps. Also Huawei has introduced a smartphone Mate 30 without the support of Google.

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