On Tue, May 09, 2000 at 05:02:59PM +0100, michael conry wrote:
> poor questions again...
> I have an offer of a secondhand Apple power mac 7300 166. I don't know anything much
> about apple or this machine (except that it is running mac os without problems at the
> moment). If anyone does have info on linux apples, could they tell me how feasible it
> is to run linux on this spec. Also, are there yellowdog discs floating around? any
Supported powermacs (from http://www.linuxppc.com):
Blue & White Power Mac G3
Power Mac G3 desktop, minitower, All-in-One
Power Mac 9600, 9500, 8600, 8500, 8200, 7600, 7500, 7300, 7200, 6500, 6400, 6360, 5500, 5400, 4400
Performa 6360, 64xx
20th Anniversary Macintosh
Workgroup Server 7250, 8550, 9650, G3
Basically, it's the all in one's and the NuBus based powerMacs that
are not supported by the monolithic kernels. Otherwise mkLinux might
do the job...
Liam Bedford | What we've got here is, failure to
System Administrator | communicate. Some man you just can't
WBT Systems, Block 2, | reach... so you get what we had
Harcourt Centre, Harcourt St. | here last week, which is the way
01-4170100 | he wants it.
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