Re: pegasos ppc etc.
From: Shaun James (yibbidy_at_bigpond.net.au)
Date: Thu, 09 Dec 2004 05:41:18 GMT
Sorry about the job. If you are looking for a low cost powerpc linux setup
you could try a 2nd hand mac and try install mklinux (Linux on top of Mach
microkernel) for example. A 2nd hand powermac 7300 say capable of doing
this costs about $25 in Australia. It might give you something to do
in-between job interviews!
"jlambrecht" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Op Mon, 06 Dec 2004 23:04:00 +0000, schreef Shaun James:
> Great to hear that, for now unfortunately i have to start looking for
> another job ... temp job ... ugh
> > Hi Joris,
> > At work I have a Pegasos II G3 running Debian Linux and it works great.
> > didn't install Debian, the dealer did, so I can't tell you about the
> > process, but I can tell you that it works great. I believe that the
> > standard Debian distribution supports the pegasos directly. I think
> > there are links on the pegasos site to the pegasos linux community
> > www.pegasosppc.com
> > Regards,
> > Shaun
> > "jlambrecht" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> >> Hi people,
> >> For some time i've been looking into getting a different then
> >> x86-compatible platform to work with, this for various reasons. Not
> >> allways good reasons, but anyway.
> >> Is there someone who has worked with freescale processors and non-apple
> >> motherboards ? And/Or the pegasos powerpc platform ?
> >> Please, your reply ... if any.
> >> Joris