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PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2011 9:15 am 

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CRUX PPC 2.7a is available. It's mainly a bugfix release altought it, now, has a partial support for Acube Sam460ex (vga on SM502).
Issues fixed:
-pmac32, this boot kernel fixes an issue that prevents to boot on very old G3 and dual G4 machines and qemu too;
-pegasos2, this boot kernel fixes an issue that prevents to use ps/2 keyboards and mice.
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CRUX PPC is a port of CRUX for the Power Architecture® platform. It’s a GNU system with a Linux kernel and runs on Apple NewWorld (both 32 and 64bit) PowerPC, YDL Powerstation, Genesi PegasosII and EFIKA, ACube Sam440ep and Sam460ex, IBM Intellistation POWER workstations and IBM Power Systems servers. CRUX PPC includes support for laptop-specific features, extended hardware support and server tools.

CRUX PPC 2.7a is, as usual, released via two different installation ISO: 32bit and 64bit. The 32bit version is based on a single lib toolchain instead the 64bit one comes with a multilib toolchain. These two versions share the same ports tree.
See the download page!

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 5:46 pm 

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CRUX PPC user!

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