fschmid at archenergy.com
Wed Sep 4 11:22:36 MDT 2002
It may be a safe bet to download the ISOs for SuSE Sparc. To the best
of my knowledge they are the only ones who still support Sparc. RH is
dated - I don't know the state of affairs for Debian.
Sparc ISOs are free from SuSE.
> What about non-x86 architectures? My employer was getting rid of some
> of their old Sun and HP boxes and I grabbed an UltraSPARC 1. I've been
> meaning to install Linux on it, but I haven't had the time to play with
> it nor do I have any experience installing an OS on a non-x86 arch. So
> my question basically is if anyone will be there that could help me with
> the install and maybe even have UltraSPARC versions of linux on hand?
> Web Page: http://lug.boulder.co.us
> Mailing List: http://lists.lug.boulder.co.us/mailman/listinfo/lug
> Join us on IRC: lug.boulder.co.us port=6667 channel=#colug
Architectural Energy Corporation
Celebrating 20 Years of Improving Building Energy Performance
More information about the LUG