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Re: [school-discuss] bootable CDs for a MAC?

To add to Shane's comments, the Ubuntu's all have PPC version and I have
use Ubuntu on my Mac Mini and it works pretty good.

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> Well, EDUbuntu has a PPC live / install cd, you can grab it here:
> http://releases.ubuntu.com/edubuntu/6.06.1/edubuntu-6.06.1-live-powerpc.i
> so or have them shipit (shipit.edubuntu.org) to you free.
> There was also a knoppix ppc remaster at one point, I don't recall the
> name - necrotix or something.  I know there is a gentoo live cd for ppc,
> but that is mainly an install CD not so much a functional desktop
> environment.
> I don't think its a live CD, but a project called Software for Starving
> Students has a CD that includes Mac software.
> Here is what frozentech has listed for PPC Live CDs:
> http://www.livecdlist.com/?pick=Linux_PPC&showonly=All&sort=&sm=1
> Regards,
> Shane
> On Sunday 01 October 2006 14:59, Sharon Betts wrote:
>> Has anyone made a bootable CD for a MAC?
>> Sharon