|Jan 18, 2020, 01:11 PM||#1||
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Keeping an open mind
Reviving an old G4 iMac?
Anyone have experience with PPC distro's of Linux?
Currently I just use it as a picture frame running a slide show of my digital camera shots, but figured I might be able to get a little more functionality out of it with an OS I don't mind having connected to the network. Would also make putting new pictures on it easier and I might be able to run a nicer slide show program.
not speaking for all and if I am wrong I never said it.
(plz note that is meant as a joke)
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|Jan 21, 2020, 08:17 AM||#2|
One day at a time
Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: Over here now
What about Lubuntu?
I've been out of the 'nix circles for some time now, but remember reading that this (and Yellow Dog prior) were pretty good.
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