So I have an extra G3 PowerBook that is lying around and I want to load it up with one of the many PowerPC distributions of Linux. My goal is to have the PowerBook as a dual boot from an internal 10 gig drive. Now I now that isn't a bunch of space for two OS's, but that's one of the determining factors in the choice of which Linux OS to go with. I assume. Mainly I've been thinking of going with either Yellow Dog or SUSE. They both look like they have a large community with an OS that has a slick looking GUI. But I am inexperienced with linux and don't know the communities well enough to come to any real judgment. I am very willing to learn Linux, but I am looking for an OS with the smoothest Mac-Looking interface as possible. What little hands-on background in Linux I have is from the Playstation 2 version of it, and what I've read about the Xbox versions. But The other factor is the Applications I want to run, right? My understanding of Linux OS's are limited enough not to know if Linux Apps work on all linux OS's or just the one's their compiled for. Some of the programs I want to run on Linux are, but not limited to- Net Stumbler, and Airsnort. So I guess an OS with the ability to recognize and work with the Apple Airport Card would be necessary too. Any advice?