I recently saw an ad for a Chromebook and it got me thinking, Chrome OS is open source and Linux based. Chrome OS is all web based. This is perfect for PowerPC Mac's (Would be better if we could also get a working version of Flash Player on a Chrome OS PPC Port). So I was wondering if anyone has successfully ported it over to the PPC platform and if so, is there a download? Chrome has a moderately minimal UI that a higher end G4 and any dual G5 would be able to handle. So if Chrome OS hasn't been ported over, calling all talented people, this would be an amazing thing to attempt for the community. Chrome OS or any web based OS like Chrome would be perfect. The only issue is we'd still need Flash. Flash is what makes most Google Chrome apps and runs the web version of Spotify. You could say just use a lightweight Linux Distro thats already available but most of them have ugly interfaces, or to intensive interfaces. Another issue with these Linux PPC ports is graphics drivers. I've tried three Linux ports on my PowerBook and my PowerMac. They all booted on the PowerBook but where very unstable and had raging graphics issues. On my G5 two don't even boot, and Ubuntu 15 still doesn't support the GeForce FX 5200 which is in my system and are still in most G5s that are just used for casual computing.