On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 12:03:05AM -0800, Even wrote:
But were can I get more software? Freshmeat? Is
there a single source were I
can find software for SuSE PPC or do I just have to keep on browsing? From
the X86 world I am used to find the software I want, but now ... Very
I am looking for Java developing tools like J builder (yes I like Netbeans,
but another would be nice) and and office package like StarOffice is there
any out there?
If there is very few apps for PPC and there is very little effort to port
more. What can be done to change this situation (yes I know I can do it my
self :-) I am basically trying to find out some more about the PPC community
The best place for rpms I know of is ftp.linuxppc.org
. StarOffice (called
'Open Office' for PPC) has just been ported to LinuxPPC and is still Beta but
can be downloaded from www.penguinppc.org
. I don't install from gzipped tar
archives very often so I can't tell you what is out there besides rpms.
are the best places to
start. They area also the best places to learn about the PPC community.
penguinppc seems to be independent from any particular distribution. Mailing
lists such as LinuxPPC and Yellowdog are thriving hence why this list is quiet
(and because SUSE is largely trouble free ;-) )The debian ppc list is pretty
Thanks I am on my way over there now.
I just have to say that when I installed MOL last night and was able to run
Word 2001 and Code Warrior 6 in and emulated window on a powerbook with 64
Mb RAM I was impressed.
New to Mac, I have to say that if this is continuing it sounds like a great