Time to switch?
I have been using Yellow Dog Linux 3.0 on my old Powermac 9500 for
quite a while. Except for problems with serial-port printing, I have
been happy with it. Now, with the new 4.0 release, YDL has ceased to
"officially" support pre-G3 machines. This says to me, "You're on your
own, Jack." Is Debian now a better choice for those of us who are
still using BootX to dual-boot Linux on old world machines?
I am using the kernel argument: video=atyfb:vmode:13,cmode:32
successfully with YDL and have X up and running just fine. Will that
work for Debian, as well?
Any advice is welcome.