07 Mar '13, 3pm

Debian Linux on a PowerMac 7200

Debian Linux on a PowerMac 7200

In a testament to both his technical ability, and possibly even more so his tenacity, [Chris] was able to get Debian 6.07 running on a PowerMac destined for destruction. He had slated a few hours to upgrade this 56 Megabyte monster, but it turned out to be a several-day event. Those that are well-schooled in Linux may find the hairy details useful, and some more background can be found in part one . This project was a stepping-stone to something else, so we’re anxious to see what the end result is.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/03/07/debian-linux-on-a-powermac...

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