EulerOS

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EulerOS
DeveloperHuawei Technologies
OS familyUnix, Linux
Working stateActive
Source modelOpen-source
Latest releaseV2.0SP5
Repositorygitee.com/openeuler
PlatformsAArch64 (Kunpeng), x86-64
Kernel typeMonolithic (Linux)
UserlandGNU, POSIX
Official websiteEulerOS

EulerOS is a commercial Linux distribution developed by Huawei for enterprise applications.[1] First released on September 24, 2021 as OpenEuler 21.09 which was launched in the community on September 30, 2021.[2]

Huawei has released a community edition of EulerOS, OpenEuler, along with the source code on Gitee.[3]

KunLun Mission Critical Server[edit]

EulerOS 2.0, running on the Huawei KunLun Mission Critical Server, has been certified to conform to The Open Group's Unix 03 standard,[4] being the only Linux distribution certified for Unix 03.

EulerOS/KunLun allows replacing central processing unit board modules and memory modules without stopping the OS. Hot swapping of CPU and memory is provided by EulerOS.

Code shared between HarmonyOS and OpenHarmony[edit]

Huawei's OpenEuler and HarmonyOS (OpenHarmony) currently share kernel technology. Huawei plans to unify additional components between both OSes.[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "EulerOS Introduction". Retrieved 2020-04-15.
  2. ^ Sarkar, Amy. "A new open source Huawei operating system". Huawei Central. Huawei Central. Retrieved September 25, 2021.
  3. ^ Huawei’s Linux Distribution openEuler is Available Now! -Its FOSS
  4. ^ "Unix 03". The Open Group. Retrieved 2020-06-14.
  5. ^ Sarkar, Amy. "HarmonyOS and OpenEuler has shared operating system kernel: Huawei". Huawei Central. Huawei Central. Retrieved November 9, 2021.

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