Re: Debian or ubuntu
Ubuntu still has a PPC build maintained by the community. But I don't
think they have an XFCE/LXDE specific installer like Debian does. as
for Gnash, I had no problems with the Debian package & the Iceweasel
plugin package but I've only used it on a G5. I've also not tried the
Ubuntu PPC build in a couple of years or more.
Re sound, Ive been looking through the wiki for info on enabling sound
on the Mac G5. Has anyone found the solution & if so, did it work?
On Mar 16, 2010, at 5:56 AM, Tiresia Giuno <email@example.com>
On Tue, 16 Mar 2010 23:42:43 +1100
Erik de Castro Lopo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Jordan Force wrote:
I was considering putting Ubuntu on my ibook G4, and I was
wondering: Would the setup for ubuntu be significantly easier than
Ubuntu used to have a PowerPC version, but I don't think they do now.
Ubuntu has still a not official PowerPC version
mean, would installing the system and getting things like wireless
and sound to work be harder in Debian than Ubuntu?
Debian is not really more difficult that Ubuntu IMO.
Not at all, you need to configure in Ubuntu few things as in Debian,
but Debian is much more stable and light
You may want to install a different DE instead of Gnome - for my iBook
I have Lenny with lxde
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