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Debian GNU/Linux PowerPC Port
- A free distribution of the GNU/Linux operating system. It is maintained and updated through the work of many users who volunteer their time and effort.
Gate Crashing Org
- Resources for developers, including a CVS repository. Also a history of Linux on the PowerPC.
- Provides a host of links for anything related to GNU/Linux on the PowerPC architecture. Up-to-date and categorized.
Installing Linux-PPC on an Apple Network Server 500/700
- Detailed install information for Linux install to the 500/700 system.
Linux on Mac
- Building a kernel
- A distribution of Linux for the PowerPC. Also sells games and mouse pads.
LinuxPPC Kernel Building
- How to build a 2.2 kernel for the G3.
LinuxPPC for BeBox Dual603
- Information on the ongoing port of Linux to the BeBox Dual603-66 and Dual603-133 computers, manufactured by Be, Inc.
LinuxPPC- Linux for PowerPC Systems
- Home of the Linux/PPC port, it houses both user information and developer docs. It also lists current news and software updates to stay ahead.
- This allows anyone who uses Linux on a PowerPC to run the Mac OS as its own application, at near full speed.
- MkLinux is an Open Source operating system which consists of an implementation of the Linux operating system hosted on the Mach microkernel.
- Quick information and links for using Linux on the various non-Macintosh PowerPC systems.
RPM repository on mklinux.org
- An excellent source for finding MkLinux R1 RPM's.
SuSE Linux on PowerPC
- SuSE Linux now has support for the PowerPC architecture.
The OpenPPC Project
- The immediate goal of the project is to enable interested parties to build inexpensive, PPC-based Linux boxes from IBM's reference plans.
Yellow Dog Linux
- A PowerPC distribution based on LinuxPPC, but with commercial technical support.
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