Linux PPC/SuSe PPC can run on the 8500, it a 603 I think. The problem for them is money, I recommend a PPC 5400(180Mhz, 80Megs) running SuSE 7.0that I own for them, at the price of $150, PPC 5400 that the grandfather of the iMac. The guy paid $6000 for this Mac, and the guy doesn't want to even hear new hardware. So it doesn't matter I am talk to a wall.
For those that like use Linux on a PPC, SuSE is much easier on PPC side that LinuxPPC. LinuxPPC is a RedHat clone and I don't like the fact that how it does things but that me, plus I have used SuSE from the dark ages of Linux and have much better luck with it, than Red Hat. I've hear that Yellowdog is good but everytime I go Microcenter to pick up a copy of YD, it's been sold, and since I have been using SuSE at work on Intels from 5.3 until the lastest 7.3, that what I why use on PPC. I am dealing with just cheap people. So again thanks for all the comments and info. MkLinux was the 68K Verision of Linux that ran on Atari ST, Mac 68K, and Amiga or any computer with 68000 cpu. Thanks guys, Chuck Payne Magi Design and Support. On 3/18/02 5:26 PM, "Erik Price" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > On Monday, March 18, 2002, at 05:16 PM, Chuck "PUP" Payne wrote: > >> Thanks, I am pushing them to go to OS X, but they are PPC 8500, which >> can >> only go to Mac OS 8.6, maybe 9. They don't want to buy a new computer, I >> personal have a G4 and Snowflake iBook and am running 10.1.3 with >> Apache, >> PHP, and MySQL. I told the I search and ask, which I have so thanks >> guys. > > Recommend them a cheap Linux box. You could probably set yourself up > with a web server for less than a hundred bucks, just need a Pentium 1 > with a crummy handmedown monitor and an ethernet card. Mandrake is > supposed to be incredibly easy to use and graphically configurable, and > if these people really want to get going with PHP and web serving then > they're probably willing to learn a little Linux... or they could get > someone else (yourself?) to administrate the box for them. > > Or even put the 68k linux distro (I forget its name) on their 8500. > >> By the Eric Price, I could see PHP on Atari ST(they have the same chips >> as >> the Mac Classic, 68K) and I know in England and Germany are still used >> by >> many and are even on the internet, but not an 800. I still to this day >> write >> code in Atari Basic on my 800. I miss my Atari ST 1040, but I gave that >> up >> for my first mac, Power Book 145B, but I am wandering. ;) > > I must have had about 300 games for my old Atari 800. Gallahad and the > Holy Grail, Ulysses and the Golden Fleece, Jungle Hunt, Pitfall, Haunted > House, man... I wish I still had them. Then again, it might be like > those movies that you remember so fondly as a kid but then you see again > fifteen years later and you're like "what was I thinking?" The memory > ends up being better than the reality. My Atari is best left in my > attic... :) > > > > > ---- > > Erik Price > Web Developer Temp > Media Lab, H.H. Brown > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php