Debian-PPC on display (was: Re: Thanks DebianPPC Porters + Writers!)
On Wed, Mar 28, 2001 at 02:17:26AM -0700, Nate Duehr wrote:
> I just wanted to publically thank you all for your hard work on
> Debian-PPC. I just loaded up the iMac DV SE I was having trouble with
> back during the early days of Potato, and 2.2r2 is a breeze for an
> experienced Debian-head who wanted to try something new. The new docs
> linked from the PPC pages at www.debian.org (Ethan's and others...) are
> very helpful.
> Still diddling with X and trying to get the mouse to work (it said
> something about "send mail to debian-powerpc, your Apple hardware is not
> recognized" or somesuch, but I'm also about 2000 messages behind in my
> debian-ppc reading, so I figured it's probably already in here
> somewhere... and I need to catch up on my reading I suppose.
> But seriously, NICE JOB to you and all the other PPC porters!
> As a direct result of your hard work, the Debian area/booth at
> the Colorado Linux Info Quest [www.thecliq.org] later this week
> will have an iMac DV SE there running the Debian PPC port for folks to
> see! I'm sure it will attract attention!
> Congrats, and thanks again!
Just a follow-up, we had a Debian-PPC machine on display (the iMac DV SE
mentioned above) at the Colorado Linux Info Quest Debian booth Friday.
(Along with Debian on PA-RISC, Sparc, and ho-hum... i386 of course.)
Nate Duehr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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