I may be work but FreeBSD is an Intel, I haven't see a PowerPC version. I had to use OpenBSD.

Darwin is what Mac OS X is base on, you can use OS X with fink, and use thounds of BSD programs.

Payne

Brian McCann wrote:

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This may be a bit off topic, but does anyone know of a "real",
current version of FreeBSD that will run on a G3 Mac? I've looked at
both Net & OpenBSD, but I'd rather stick with one OS for all my PCs. I know, that Darwin is basically the same thing as FreeBSD and that
very little has changed...but one of the main reason I love FreeBSD
is because of the ports collection. Has anyone tried downloading the
ports collection on a Darwin system and tried building anything?


Thanks,
- --Brian

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