You can use T2 either to build an entire system from source, or get pre-built installable or live binary images:

Getting a prebuilt binary release ISO:

For major releases, binary ISOs are available for many platforms, named like:

For example most users on AMD-64 and Intel compatible clone systems most likely want to choose a Glibc and GCC based wayland desktop builds like:
While alternative C libraries, like Musl and compilers, such as Clang -which may not yet be 100% feature complete- are usually a better choice for professional users and developers. primary server (HTTPS) primary server (HTTP)

Source tarballs:

Source tarballs of tagged versions can be found on our server

Development source tree:

T2 is hosted in a SVN repository, so you either check it out via HTTPS:

svn co t2-trunk
or via HTTP:
svn co t2-trunk


The source of this homepage as well as the T2 SDE handbook are also available:

svn co www-t2-trunk
svn co t2-handbook
For more information about Subversion, how to access the repositories visit: the SVN server.


Like most modern projects, we do not maintain a separated ChangeLog and instead use commit messages extensively.