Linux on Mac Performa 5260?

Posted on 1998-10-27
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
which possibility have i got if i want linux on my early PowerPC - NuBus Performa which, at first, isnt accepted by any of the available distributions/ports (mklinux, linuxppc, m68k port) ?
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download BootX 1.0b6 from
<<> and vmlinux and ramdisk.image from <>.
or from 
try it. Many problems went away with BootX
Hope this helps.


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