I've updated the POWER@SUSE page to reflect this change:
Maybe we can get a list of hardware that people have used openSUSE on.
I, like many others, have ran openSUSE on my PowerMac hardware but I
don't use any of the machines on any kind of regular basis. So, I,
like others, have to consider how much time and support I can offer to
continue PPC support as well.
I have the following PowerMac machines and the last version of
openSUSE I used on them:
Powerbook Wallstreet G3/266 - v11.0
PowerMac G4/466(Digital Audio) - Installing factory now
PowerMac G3(2) one with a G4 - openSUSE 10.3
PowerMac G3 All-In-One G3/266(and G) - openSUSE 10,2
PowerMac 6500 603e/225 - Successfully installed v11.0/Beta 3 (SLOW -
128MB RAM Max)
PowerMac 9600/300 G4/700 - openSUSE 11.0
I have other PowerPPC based macs(6400, Powerbook 3400c, etc) that just
don't have the resources to run the current openSUSE release.
I've found that a faster G3 or a G4 is definately a need for running
Linux on PPC.
And, there is always NetBSD. I've played with their PPC ports as well.
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