Actually, under the development releases there is a mac and mac64 folder.daveway00 said:Correction: to work on PowerPC not Mac.
Personally I have not tried it yet, but considering the good experiences I have had with Red Ht in the past it should be a good release. Yellow Dog is also a good option for the PowerPC platform.
Who's paying? The hardware is fine, but I don't think its better than Opteron. Of course I'd put Linux on them.So a rack of XServes does nothing for you??
Yeah I address that sort of thing in my post, except I mentioned Gentoo on OSX and not Fink.have you actually looked at fink? You are certainly not limited to the tools supplied in the terminal by Apple
I don't understand your eagerness buy into one vendor, nor do I understand your exuberance for OSX. Other than the GUI (and GUI progs) it pretty much sucks.why not install the OS that is made specifically for that hardware
Uh - I am running OS's from 3 different vendors at any given time and I switch those up pretty regularly, I have no zealot like allegiance to Apple. I honestly just think that OS X is a very good OS - although with a wicked argument like "it sucks" behind you, I don't know how to come back against that.I don't understand your eagerness buy into one vendor, nor do I understand your exuberance for OSX. Other than the GUI (and GUI progs) it pretty much sucks.