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Re: First FAQ draft, please read this
> > > To be complete there is also Linux for Power Macintosh. See for example
> > > http://product.info.apple.com/pr/press.releases/1995/q2/960205.pr.rel.osf.html.
> > And Linux for Be. Any pointer on that?
> No idea. AFAIK, there isn't an available version of that.
How about http://www.linuxppc.org ? I did not look there for a while
but the host name still resolves top some numbers.
Here is also a message that come by my machine some time ago, please
ignore it if I am repeating well-known information:
> Date: Sat, 19 Oct 1996 18:34:17 -0500
> To: mklinux-advocacy%ltg.apple.com@localhost
> From: mike tesch <matesch%students.wisc.edu@localhost>
> Subject: Monolithic Linux on the 7500 and maybe 7200.
> Sender: owner-mklinux-advocacy%ltg.apple.com@localhost
> There is a monolithic linux kernel available for the 7500. It also has
> initial support for the 7200, the status of which i'm not sure of (that
> means i haven't tried it). I am running it on my 7500 now. Unfortunatly
> to boot the kernel you currently need a bootp and tftp server on the same
> network as your 7500/7200. There is a self hosted booter, but it needs to
> have linux running to be installed. Anyways, if you're interested, check
> out: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~tesch/linux_info/monLinux.info.html
> This is the same kernel mentioned earlier by Paul Mackerras (who also is
> responsible for writing this port). This port uses the userland from
> mklinux, thus is binary compatible (I'm not sure about X yet, but i know
> its being worked on, if not working)
> [well, this post is on topic if you ignore the mk]
> well, thought you might be interested...
> -Mike Tesch
Taras Ivanenko, without any PPC wor now.
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