Re: Bug#382129: Beta3 won't boot on OldWorld PowerPC Mac
hey, there were some 68k macs that were upgrades
to powerpc (as nubus of course), also maybe last amiga
with 68040 originally running debian-ppc on its 604
and debian-68k on its orginal, can switch back and
(see it running on the amiga-68k website)
anybody know if any NeXt was ever upgraded beyond
and do we count these as macs, now ?
more questions: is anyone running mac-on-linux
(a ppc only debian package) as linux (say to have
debian versions installed on one machine);
how about running debian-68k with an old ROM that way
opposed to using something like basilisk ?
--- Aurélien GÉRÔME <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Sep 02, 2006 at 07:17:06PM -0400, You who
> does not read others'
> posts wrote:
> > There were no Macintosh computers that used the
> 6502 processors.
> > The Apple II line of computers used the 8-bit
> 6502s, but the first
> > Macintosh machine used the Motorola 68000
> processors. By the way,
> > the 6502s were manufactured by MOS Technologies,
> not Motorola. :-)
> My mistake has already been pointed out by someone
> else days ago,
> so there is no need to insist on it. I must also add
> the 6502 has
> been designed by engineers from Motorola. It misled
> BTW, this is off-topic on a powerpc list. :)
> .''`. Aurélien GÉRÔME
> : :' :
> `. `'` Free Software Developer
> `- Unix Sys & Net Admin
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