Re: On the status of support for the current generation iBooks
I have been running debian 'testing' on my ibook 800 for about three
years now. I'v
e really enjoyed the increased support that has come about for the
PPC. It's about time for me to upgrade to something a bit faster with
more 'juice', I've been considering a 15'' PowerbookPPC for sometime
now. My only concern is; will PPC development be droping off? I know
it won't disappear overnight, but how do the next 2-5 years look? And
if they can get XP to boot on the x86 MacBook, how long before linux
x86 will be running on Apple hardware?
On 3/22/06, Jack Malmostoso <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Mar 2006 12:10:08 +0100, Rogério Brito wrote:
> > I'm a little bit curious to know what the support status is for current
> > iBooks. I'm mostly interested in the 12" version, due to its price and its
> > size.
> Apart from the internal modem, they are 100% supported. Lovely.
> (btw, Fedora Core 5 includes support for the bcm43xx, that's sweet!)
> Best Regards, Jack
> Linux User #264449
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