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Re: Linux and Power Computing machine

On  6 Nov, Karl let loose with:
> Hello!, I am working at my high school to set up a web server.  The hardware
> we have available is a power computing 180 running Mac os8.  I run debian on
> my Pentium at home, and would like to install it to run the web server
> (hopefully apache) and the 180 at school.  I had tried to get ppclinux to
> run, but apparently the machine doesn't have openfirmware so I could not go
> that route.  So then I tried mklinux, but that won't work either because the
> machine uses ide not the typical scsi disks and I was unable to install
> mklinux.  Does anyone know of a way to install any type of linux
> distribution on this box, a Power Computing 180??
> Any help would be appreciated,
> Thanks
> -km

Have you tried using the Red Hat installer? Here is a link to a page
that may shed more light on this (as well as a few others I found) 


let me know how things turn out...

C Ya!

"Science has promised man power...But, as so often happens when 
 people are seduced by promises of power, the price is servitude
 and impotence. Power is nothing if it is not the power to choose."
					Joseph Weizenbaum of MIT
		Linux is choice - Linux is power.

E-Mail:   Tim Ferrell <tjferrell@infoave.net  
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