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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Linux/Microcontroller
    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
  • Linux7k
    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
    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.
  • Slackintosh
    The Slackintosh Project aims to get Slack on your Macintosh.
  • Slamd64
    Slamd64 is an unofficial port of Slackware Linux to the x86_64 architecture.
  • 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




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