Jeroen Diederen has announced
that an installer for Linux Mint LXDE based on Debian Lenny is available. "After hours and hours of hard work I can now all tell you with a lot of pride that a first version of an installer for Linux Mint LXDE based on Debian Lenny is a fact. This means that this is the first official installer of Linux Mint for PowerPC. For the moment only a 32-bits version is available as I don't have a 64-bits machine to test. The advantage of LXDE over GNOME, KDE or XFCE is that it is much snappier on old G3/G4 machines. The Mint themes make the desktop look a lot sexier than standard Debian. Linux Mint LXDE PPC comes with a huge amount of preinstalled programs, aimed at the desktop user.
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