Debian on Motorola 680x0
Debian 2.1 (slink) was released with full support for Atari, Amiga, and VMEbus platforms, and incomplete support for Macintoshes. Debian 2.2 (potato) includes improved support for these platforms, and is based on GNU LibC release 2.1
Debian/PowerPC was officially released with Debian GNU/Linux 2.2, `potato'
The HP9000/300 series is a collection of workstations based on 68000 chipsets of various flavours. Most of my work has been done with the 9000/340 which has a 68030 with a 68881 floating-point coprocessor.
Linux for Motorola MVME162, MVME166 and MVME167 boards
the Linux port for Motorola MVME162, MVME166 and MVME167 boards. These are 68040 based VME cards
port of the Linux operating system to run on systems using Motorola's 68020, 68030, 68040 and 68060 microprocessors
a project to port Linux to the Apple Macintosh machines based on the 68020 or higher motorola CPU with MMU.
Linux/PPC on Embedded Systems
Linux/PPC supports the 821, 823, 850, and 860 processors on variety of boards. The processor variants (EN, DC, T, SAR, etc.) are supported by configuration selections or minor source code changes. Boards supported are the Motorola MBX, Bright Star Engineering BSE-IP, and all of the 8xx boards from RPCG, LLC
a port of Linux/m68k to the Sun 3/80 and (in theory) other sun3x machines. It's being ported to some old Sun 3/80s at Massey University
for information about Linux/PPC on IBM LongTrail CHRP based boards
Mac On Linux
lets you run MacOS under Linux/ppc. MOL runs natively on the processor
Mandriva Linux PPC
Mandriva Linux PPC provides Apple G3 and G4 owners with MandrakeSoft's user-friendly reference tools as well as the famous graphical user interfaces KDE and GNOME. Mandriva PPC also allows you to launch your Mac software under Linux.
port of Linux, a freely distributed UNIX like operating system, to a variety of Power Macintosh platforms
Mupper is a rescue-CD project for the PegasosPPC. It is based on Gentoo Linux and contains various tools like parted, midnight-commander and support for various filesystems including FAT, VFAT, ReiserFS, XFS and EXT3.
a monolithic linux kernel ( >2.1) for the PCI based Power Macintosh Computers. Currently it is known to run on the 7200, 7500, 7600, 8500, and assorted clones
The Linux for Power Macintosh project aims to produce Linux kernels for PCI-based Power Macintoshes
a new designed mainboard to run Linux on a Motorola 68040 processor
Red Hat Linux for iSeries
designed specifically for IBM's eServer iSeries PowerPC family of midrange computers, Red Hat Linux for iSeries allows you to cost effectively run your core business applications, and centrally manage your e-Business IT workloads
Red Hat Linux for pSeries
Designed specifically for IBM's eServer pSeries PowerPC family of midrange UNIX computers, Red Hat Linux for pSeries allows you to cost effectively run your data intensive workstation applications and create scalable clusters for high performance parallel computing
ROCK Linux PowerPC Port
the ROCK Linux Port to the PowerPC Processors. It's not ready for production use at the moment, but most of it builds allready fine and works as one would expect
Tadpole TP34V VME board Linux Port
a not so buggy linux port for the Tadpole TP34V VME board. This is a 68030 33MHz board with dual 53c710 SCSI interfaces, 82596 Ethernet, and six serial
Port of Linux to the Motorola Coldfire processors
YDL Champion Server
(commercial) a powerful and complete Linux distribution for PowerPC. Champion Server offers improvements and updates both anticipated and unexpected,
including Netscape, 10/100Mb ethernet, simplified X setup, and improved support for iMacs, Blue & Whites, and the '99 "bronze keyboard" PowerBook G3s as well as the older Apple PowerPCs
Yellow Dog Linux
Terra Soft Solutions is developing a distribution of Linux for the Apple Macintosh G3 computers. Read more