On Fri, Dec 15, 2000 at 12:40:55PM -0000, Canavan, Paul (O&M) mentioned:
> Hi all
> Could some one tell me which is the most reliable version of Linux to run on
> the Sparc 5 Model 170.
> I have been told that because of it's turbosparc chip it is not very stable
> when running Linux.
> If there is a recommended version please advise I would be grateful for any
> tips bearing in mind I am a novice
> to both Linux and Sparc hardware.
The last supported release of RedHat Linux was 6.2. I'm sure if you
dropped by the AnteFacto offices, we could burn you off copy of it. You
can also get SuSE and Debian for Sparc.
As far as I know, there are no stability issues with TurboSparce
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