I have my own domain name, and I used to run a WordPress site on my Raspberry Pi. Problem is, MySQL on the original Model B of the Pi keeps having memory leaks, resulting in it crashing and me having to SSH into the Raspberry Pi and restarting it. This became a daily struggle, and at a certain point I gave up and left the site offline. Simply put, due to MySQL the Pi isn't cutting it (no pun intended). So I have been thinking of other reasonably light power using devices, and I suddenly thought "What about a Mac Mini G4?". It would be cool to repurpose an old Mac Mini G4 for that task, and it would be cool to say that my website is Apple and PowerPC powered. That said, is this feasible? My site wouldn't be very high traffic, but I would like to run the most updated versions of Apache, MySQL and PHP, and be able to have it sync with the DDNS service my registrar uses so in case of my dynamic IP changing, it's automatically changed. I have no experience with setting up a server of any kind on a PowerPC machine, and I don't know whether this is possible on OS X Leopard, or if I would have to install a PPC version of Linux in order to get the latest versions of said server software. Is this an achievable idea?