Torizon for Raspberry Pi and x86-64

I’ve just found the project Torizon for Raspberry Pi and x86-64 on the Toradex labs.
I see some preliminary documentation on github.
I think that the project seems really promising, because it involves two common hardware architectures (x86-64 and Raspberry Pi).

I would like knowing if this project can be extended to support hardware based on Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4)

Hello @vix ,

Thanks for your message. We are excited to have Torizon in another platform and even more have you testing and giving us feedback. Thank you.
I took your suggestion about the CM4; maybe we can also port to it in the future. Today, we do not have plans to do it. However, TorizonCore is an Opensource Linux distribution and anyone can contribute to it. So the addition of new boards/modules is possible.

Again, thanks a lot for you message.

Best Regards,

Hello @renato.tx
thank you very much.

For sure TorizonCore is Opensouce and so the communicyt could/should contribute.
Where is the repo with the relevant files fot raspberry/x86-64?

Hey @vix

we updated the documentation with some instructions on how to get the source code and build the TorizonCore for Pi and x86-64:

torizon-rpi-x86-docs/ at master · toradex/torizon-rpi-x86-docs (