First of all, why do you want to install Linux on it? Curiosity? Server? IMO Tiger is much more "polished" and integrated. For example, you wont be able to use your Airport Extreme card, if you have one.cgratti said:I have an iMac G5, is it possible to install Linux on it and dual boot?
What is the best version of Linux to buy? Red Hat?
OS X has a more polished GUI, but for real power Linux is unbeatable.Willy S said:MacOS X beats all Linux distros. That´s why I´m getting rid of my PC.
Ps. Ubuntu is the flavor of the month and it´s free. You can also try Kbuntu or have them both at the same time. The only difference is that Ubuntu is Gnome based and Kbuntu is KDE based.
Ditto. Both OS X and Linux have plenty of power IMO, but in OS X that power is a heck of a lot easier to get a hold of.Willy S said:No flame wars here!
I like Linux and have used it a lot, but nothing compares to OS X IMHO.
Try F12 for right-click, F11 for middle-click.eva01 said:well i just tried a live CD boot for ubuntu and the trackpad doesn't work all that well can't control click for right click, and wireless internet doesn't work