On 25/08/11 15:25, Aidan Keady wrote:
> My first Linux was a Delta Labs M68K distribution on an Atari Falcon in late
> '95[...] I wanted an 040 board
> for the Falcon, but got fed up waiting for them and bought a secondhand PC
> sometime in '96 and put Slackware on it.
...bit later than that, back when I was living in manchester, I
dual-booted Debian/m68k and then Debian/ppc on an 060/PPC/Permedia2
Amiga. ixemul.library (cygwin like thing) also existed for AmigaOS, so
I didn't move to linux on the Amiga until quite late really, when the
m68k port was becoming quite mature (early 2.0 kernel).
Nice machine, but wound up selling it to get a k6 PC for uni coursework
compatibility - a definite downgrade at the time, but fortunately could
at least stick x86 linux on it.
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