- Debian for IA-64
IA-64 is now a supported Debian architecture. The normal Debian channels for acquiring installation media now include ia64 CD images. Some HP Itanium 2 systems need an updated kernel before the integrated gigabit Ethernet interface will work as expected. In particular, if you have a zx2000, then you probably need to use an install CD with a kernel fresher than the ones in woody.
- Debian GNU/Linux on SuperH
Debian GNU/Linux on SuperH is a fairly new port to Hitachi SuperH processors.
- Early Macintosh Image LoadEr
This tool allows to boot linux-m68k from a floppy on a macintosh such as MacII or Quadra 610. With it, you can create rescue disk, or remove the MacOS partition (needed by the legacy penguin booter) from your HD.
- GameCube Linux
A port of the Linux operating system kernel and assorted GNU userspace utilities to the GameCube video game console from Nintendo.
- HP200LX PCMCIA and BIOS INT13 services
also for the MINIX operating system as well as Linux
- Linux on Laptops
collected information on how to run linux on many different makes of laptop
- Linux on LEON
a patchset and some other files you need to get linux 2.6.x run on mmu-enabled leon2 platform from gaisler research
- Linux/ia64 project
this site is hosted by CERN, part of the Trillian team. Their particular responsibility centres on the porting of glibc and the dynamic linker to IA-64 as well as general kernel testing
a port of the Linux 2.0 to systems without a Memory Management Unit. At present, only Motorola MC68000 derivatives are supported. The first target system to sucessfully boot is the 3Com PalmPilot with a TRG SuperPilot Board and a custom boot loader they put together specifically for the Linux/PalmPilot port
a project to port the unix-like operating system Linux to a small group of palmtops. The "7k" in the name comes from the processor 'macrocell' (central architecture), which is the Cirrus Logic PS-7110 chip. This architecture is currently used in the Psion Series 5 and Geofox One palmtops.
LinuxSH is a port of the Linux kernel to the SuperH and SH-Mobile family of processors from Renesas Technology, STMicroelectronics, the former SuperH, Inc., and legacy parts from Hitachi.
The Slackintosh Project aims to get Slack on your Macintosh.
Slamd64 is an unofficial port of Slackware Linux to the x86_64 architecture.
- uClinux for the i960
a port of uClinux to the Cyclone/VH evaluation board
- User-mode Linux
a port of the Linux kernel to its own system call interface. It runs in a set of processes, resulting in a user-mode virtual machine