Re: old apple machines supported ?
On Feb 16, 2005, at 8:28 PM, Jorge Salamero wrote:
The 6100 definitely works. I have a 6116CD variant running
woody/stable. ..It's a NuBus machine so you need the MkLinux bootstrap
and/or kernel. Unfortunately, I've forgotten the details, but the info
is out there.
i'm in a non-profit organization section for recycling computers
have the following ppc, i've seen none of them are supported by netbsd
can't find a supported model list by linux, where can i find it ? wich
these machines will work with linux ?
7200 works as well--it's a PCI machine so use BootX or the quik
bootstrap...(see thread on "Switching from BootX to quik").
One caveat though: By today's standards all these machine shipped with
smallish SCSI disks (<1G) and minimal memory (~32M). You should
determine how much of each is available. Things'll be a bit tight if
you have the base config.