On Sat, 5 Jun 1999 Twomey_Mark at emc.com wrote:
> >I don't like Macs, I don't know anything about
>> The first part of the above statement is a direct result of the second part
> of the above statement.
I don't understand why people don't like Macs. They have been the machines
that have been leading in technology, until the management get in the way.
I think his discussion can be hit on the head right now. This is almost as
bad a a distro war. "Which is the *best* distribution?".
> Why don't you look up the specifications of Linux PPC and MkLinux on the
I have a LC375, I know this machine *won't* run any linux installation. It
depends on the processor. AFAIK the minimum is a 68030 or 68040, even
better if they have an FPU. Also, 68020's with will work (This seems to
only include the Mac II)
Have a look specifically at http://www.mac.linux-m68k.org/index.html. This
site tells the *minimum_hardware_spec_needed*.
Also in general look at http://www.linuxppc.org/
One question, if you "don't like macs", why are you interested in them?
Just my curious side.
Bernard Tyers. B.Tech.Elec. Mail: btyers at snet.wit.ie, Web: snet.wit.ie/bbt
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