Linked by Peter Olsen on Tue 25th Mar 2003 00:41 UTC
Linux The new Yellow Dog Linux 3.0 brings recent Linux user interface improvements to the PowerPC architecture. Smooth, anti-aliased fonts and the clean, refined style of Red Hat's Blue Curve theme make this a beautiful creation to look at. There are screenshots here, though they aren't big enough to really do it justice.
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Re: Anonymous
by Roberto J Dohnert on Tue 25th Mar 2003 19:21 UTC

All companies have propaganda, they ALL do. No you will not be using a power4 Apple anytime soon. And guess what smart guy I do not use Adobe Software thats A and B is I care nothing what computer I use, I just dislike people who come on these forums and spout propaganda that has been proven as false many times and still spout it. Just like you have your preferences I do too. And no I do not use Apple hardware full time, the only reason I have a Mac was to try out Mac OS X when I found out that it sucked big time, I went to Linux on the Mac so I didnt waste my money and being a Linux developer I can use the PowerPC machine to write and refine PowerPC Linux apps. My home network is a Mix of Alphas, PowerPCs x86 Sparc and Im waiting to get my hands on an iTanium based blade for my home network. At work We use Suns, SGI, x86 and like 2 Macs running LinuxPPC Q4 which I will update to YDL when 3.0 is released.