[opensource] Winter Involvement Fair
trent.arms at gmail.com
Sun Jan 1 23:15:48 EST 2006
I am curious, do the PPC LiveCDs actually work with any degree of usability
finally? When I last looked into the state of PPC liveboot (circa 5 months
ago), it wasn't pretty and hadn't been at any point prior. Of the few
distros that worked, none of them seemed to run on anything below a G4 and
functionality was....limited IIRC. Anyways, just food for thought there.
On 1/1/06, Sean Carrick <equality72521 at gmail.com> wrote:
> The Ubuntu PPC/MAC disc jacket doesn't say anything about it having
> mac versions of the applications at least, though I don't have the
> actual discs here to check on them. There is a PPC livecd though, and
> while I can't get either disc to boot on my Beige G3, I'd assume more
> recent ones will run just fine. The only PowerPC based system I've
> gotten Linux running on successfully is the gamecube, come to think of
> On 1/1/06, Alexander J. Lingo <lingo.13 at osu.edu> wrote:
> > Yes. The Ubuntu Live CD contains Windows versions of software such as
> > OO.O, and The Gimp along with some open source Windows screensavers.
> > Does anyone know if the PPC/Mac version comes with Mac software?
> > Beyond having CD's available, what else can we do? We should have a
> > box or two set up showing some of common computer tasks, such as playing
> > video, music, instant messaging, and web browsing. We could a box with
> > several different sessions, each running a different window manager,
> such as
> > KDE, Gnome, IceWM, Enlightenment, etc.
> > We should also show off advanced things such as SuperKaramba and
> > as well. (Anyone of you tried audiocd:/ in Konqueror before? Prepare to
> > change your pants.)
> > Also, we could get a banner. I remember seeing something about CS&E
> > or students being able to have banners printed for free. I could be
> > however.
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