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Old 9th December 2004, 08:48 PM
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Development Release: Fedora Core 3 Test (PPC Edition)

The Fedora Project is proud to announce a TESTING tree for Fedora Core 3 on the PowerPC platforms. Some notes about the release: the release is known to not boot on G5s, and we are working on re-building another tree, which we can push out soon. Sleep support for the G4 iBooks and Powerbooks isn't implemented upstream yet, but there are testing kernels available in RPM form. To install the release, you need boot.iso from the os/images/ directory (use mac/pseries appropriately) as well as at least CD1 (disc 1 is not blessed). When booting the boot.iso CD, hold down the 'C' key, and use the 'linux askmethod' option.

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Old 13th December 2004, 12:05 AM
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