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LinuxPPC

At a very basic level; simply running Linux on the PPC architecture, including Apple Powermacs and so on.

External linkList of Supported Hardware

Has both a 32 and External link64bit flavour, and is supported by most popular distributions - External linkDebian, External linkGentoo, Mandrake, Red Hat, SuSE to name a few).

' nb couldn't find project page for Mandrake PPC, link below to ISOs

Reports are good for most wireless cards, as most i386 things can be tinkered with to work on PPC.


Distros









Level of support varies ie 1400 has no Ethernet, PCMCIA


Links


External linkAdding Wavelan/Airport/Cabletron/Enterasys PCMCIA support to Linux/PPC


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