[rc5] OS/2 for PowerPC client
Edwin ten Dam
etd at st-andrews.ac.uk
Wed Oct 29 09:06:59 EST 1997
Thus spoke the keyboard of Joseph Fisk (29/10/97):
>On Wed, 29 Oct 1997, dan carter wrote:
>> Couldn't help but notice that on
>> http://rc5stats.distributed.net/cpuosfull.html there is listed OS/2 for
>> PowerPC as having done 27 blocks.
>> Is this for real? Is somebody here using OS/2 for PowerPC? I'd love to
>> know more....
>There IS a PPC version of OS/2, but it isn't generally available. At one
>point I think it was available for (very) special order from IBM.
>But everyone knows the only real PPC OS is MKLinux, which should be called
>PowerLinux. I really wish PPCs were generally available, i.e., not just
There's still UMAX and the remaining stock of (ex) mac clone vendors.
(is that the sound of of-topic alarmbells going off in the distance?)
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