[possible m68k/coldfire future] Yo! While I am almost 100% an x86 person myself, I like the 'Universal OS' aspect of Debian in the sense of 'runs on any hardware I can find' very much for ideological/advocacy reasons. Not only as "something other Linux distros don't do', but also as a very serious argument of being able to use more or less the same environment everywhere - for example, on both my workstation and also the embedded device I'm developing (producing reduced flash images by stripping out all unnecessary files from a full Debian install is something I've done in the past and found very, very easy to maintain on upgrades, too.) In that sense: good luck to you and keep that port alive! cheers -- vbi -- What a misfortune to be a woman! And yet, the worst misfortune is not to understand what a misfortune it is. -- Kierkegaard, 1813-1855.
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