Dual booting on Apple Titanium is great!
Posted May 15, 2003 21:55 UTC (Thu) by carlos
Parent article: Where are the Linux laptops?
I strongly recommend an Apple Titanium running Yellow Dog Linux and Mac OS X.
This way you have a dream machine, running two Unix systems, one is our loved Linux, in particular Yellow Dog Linux is a distribution only for PPC hardware, they really know about this hardware. The other is Mac OS X, which is based on FreeBSD, with a BSD license, and then the proprietary Apple stuff on top. If you really need PhotoShop or M$ Office, they exist for Mac OS X, so you really have the best ot the two worlds. I am running XFree86, Gtk, etc on Mac OS X, with BlackBox, etc. And Linux runs very well on Macs: Enlightenment on Linux on Apple Titanium, that is really a dream machine (sound, themes, everything works great)!
My only problem, how to pass the image to an external projector on Linux? very hard indeed, I believe this is now the major problem with Linux on notebooks, we really need a standard way of dealing with this!
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